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Learn Taxidermy the Prerequisites of Being a Taxidermist

Today’s modern day millennial taxidermist have it pretty easy compared to what their forefathers went through back in the day to learn taxidermy. In today’s day and age taxidermy isn’t being learned the way it really should be learned. When someone seeks out to learn taxidermy whether it is in a taxidermy school or taxidermy […]

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Using Wood Excelsior For Taxidermy

In the taxidermy world of lingo you will often hear the term “wrapped body”. What does this actually mean? In today’s modern world of taxidermy most birds, fish and mammals are taxied onto a foam body made out of two part polyurethane foam.  However there are a few taxidermists who still prefer and rely on […]

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Preserving Magic Sculpt For Taxidermy Use

Is your Magic Sculpt all dried out? Magic Sculpt has a habit of drying out and or crystallizing after so many months on the shelf. Here is a neat trick to use to soften it up as new. This trick will work on Magic Sculpt that has already dried out.

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Washing Bird & Mammal Skins Using A Utility Sink

Whether you’re doing taxidermy for hobby or for small time business income, we cant stress enough the importance of proper skin cleaning. However in order to properly clean and rinse your skins, you must be prepared and being prepared will require a proper washing system set up using a utility sink. If you are going […]

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Why We Use STOP-ROT

If you’re not using it in your taxidermy studio in this day and age, while performing taxidermy then you will have no excuse for or feather #hairslippage. STOP-ROT is magic in a bottle. Its ingredient’s is top secret and I can only hope that Glenn passed down the recipe before departing this world.

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