1 Old non-aluminum pot
1 Coleman Stove
1 Bottle hydrogen peroxide 3% solution (available at Wal-Mart etc.)
1 Cup Sal Soda (Sodium Carbonate) available at most taxidermy supply houses. 1 pound bag sells for $3.95. Try buying online at Wildlife Artist Supply Company this product is helpful in dissolving meat, fat and grease when boiling skulls and antler plates. A great substitute is Arm & Hammer "Super Washing Soda" (it's main ingredient is Sodium Carbonate & fragrance). It's available at most all "X-mart" stores, and costs a couple bucks.
Super Glue For securing any loose teeth after boiling.
Tongs/Coat Hanger Dipping and grabbing skull.
1. Remove all hide, hair, and as much flesh that is reasonably possible from the skull with a sharp knife.
2. Place enough water in the old pot to cover the skull. Bring water to simmer. Note: excessive boiling or heat can cause teeth to crack.
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