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What works the best for staining old faded antlers?????

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  • snuffy
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    I've heard coffee. Then seal with varathane flat

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  • Big O
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    We used wood stain (light as possible), when I worked for Jonas Bros. Taxidermy in Denver.
    Use the lightest color possible(to natural color). Apply small amount rub off immed. then repeat to desired color.

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  • steve182
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    mineral or olive oil restores a little bit of color and sheen if they're not totally bleached. If they are use a golden oak or caramel colored wood stain

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  • Reid Jones
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    you could bleach them, and then do what beekeeper and chris said. but if you want them kept lookin faded, don't bleach.

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  • Chris Carpenter
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    wood stain and polyurathane

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  • Beekeeper
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    Try Scott's Liquid Gold to restore natural color and luster to preserved antlers.

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  • What works the best for staining old faded antlers?????

    What works the best for staining old faded antlers?????

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