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Washing Bird & Mammal Skins Using A Utility Sink

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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 to invest any money at all into your new found love for taxidermy, then I highly recommend the first thing you open up your wallet for an affordable utility sink .

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By CJ Herring

CJ Herring has been practicing taxidermy for 22 years and resides in the hills outside of Cooperstown, New York. A crippling and disabling brain tumor took control of his life in early 2018. In 2019 CJ took a major turn for the worse and was diagnosed with Acromegaly and underwent brain tumor removal in 2020. CJ also suffers from end stage Osteoarthritis from the hips down. CJ continues to write about taxidermy and still manages the day to day operations of the Taxidermy Lab Facebook group.

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