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    European Mount I did for customers

    Heres some European Mounts I did this season for some customers. I use dermestid beetles. No boiling here.
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    Very Nice Work!

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    HOw long did this take? and how long did you have to bleach these? They look like something that you would buy in the stores. Great quality!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwess8581 View Post
    HOw long did this take? and how long did you have to bleach these? They look like something that you would buy in the stores. Great quality!!!
    Thank You I use a strong hydrogen peroxide and let it sit over night then reapply if I think it isnt white enough for me. I think they turn out really good also.

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    How long does it take using these beetles ?

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    Those look good!

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    Thanks 1231 and it depends on what itis i am doing how long it takes and how my beetle colony is doing at the said time but usually about 3 or 4 days does it.

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    They are really hungy now guys I am gonna have to go get some scraps from the butcher shop tomorrow I believe.

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    Very nice work. Two questions, where in PA are you located? And how much do you charge for this type of work?

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    looks great

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    Use these to mount them. PM with any questions
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    nice work

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    Thanks Guys sorry I have not answered alll your messages my computer went up. Then I was having alot pain assues with my back. I am in York Co. Pa. I still have the beetles and they are really hungry.

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    Nice.

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    Nice work!
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    Looks good

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    Thanks Guys

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    TTT Still have the beetles and I did several more this season.

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    They are still hungry guys.

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    Still a thriving hungry colony ready for some bones.

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    ttt

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    That looks great. I have run out of wall space so European may be the way to go

    What is the average charge to have this done?

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    For a whitetail buck I charge $120.00 cleaned degreased and whitened.

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    nice
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    they look great

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