Skull Cleaning

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Skull Cleaning

Unread postby Sportsman13 » Thu Jan 09, 2020 1:38 pm

I'm looking at turning my little side hustle of cleaning skulls into a small small business. I've only done them for a little while for myself and family members. Far as I can tell, you don't need a taxidermy license to clean skulls in WI. Can anyone verify? I appreciate it! Also, if anyone has any good suggestions on running a successful skull cleaning business, I'm all ears! Many thanks, have a great night.


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Re: Skull Cleaning

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Re: Skull Cleaning

Unread postby Arrowbender » Thu Jan 16, 2020 12:39 am

I really like euro skulls!
I have had several boiled and bleached and several beetles and bleached.
Hands down the beetling is a superior product.
Not sure if beetling is in the cards for you, but i would suggest looking into it.
Either way...Good Luck on your Venture.


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