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    Quote Originally Posted by kidoggy View Post
    vacuum off the dust. with my lion, after I vacuum, I use a leaf blower and horse comb to fluff him back up
    Leaf blowers work great!

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    Use a electric one if working inside a home, gas if working outside.
    If you don't care where you are, you are not lost....

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimP View Post
    Use a electric one if working inside a home, gas if working outside.
    dabnagget, I bun doun that bakwerds
    AS GOES THE CHURCH, SO GOES THE NATION

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    I've always used pledge, but I'll try the shop vac, then pledge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WY ME View Post
    Neatsfoot oil will darken antelope horns and make them look fresh again.
    Use WD40. I use it on all antelope mounts. I prefer this over painting them as well

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    To clean your mounts go to a feed store and buy the show spray for horses. It conditions and cleans the hide. I also use this on all mounts right before the customer picks it up. You can get a wire brush used for welding to brush it.

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