Summit Treestands
Dusting taxidermy
Equipment
Contributors to this thread:
YZF-88 21-Aug-19
Surfbow 21-Aug-19
drycreek 21-Aug-19
Scar Finga 21-Aug-19
Scrappy 21-Aug-19
midwest 21-Aug-19
HUNT MAN 21-Aug-19
Quinn @work 21-Aug-19
Huntcell 21-Aug-19
krieger 23-Aug-19
Ghost425 23-Aug-19
YZF-88 23-Aug-19
From: YZF-88
21-Aug-19

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So instead of chasing my dream muley in velvet right now or getting ready for elk season, I'm not doing much until my hand heals.

I'm all about working efficiently so I cut up my static duster and hooked it up to a cordless drill. This beast is awesome! Really cut down on the cleaning time. I was able to finish up much faster so I could sit down and think about not hunting longer.

I'm doing a patent search right now so don't even think about it folks. My idea.

From: Surfbow
21-Aug-19
You are clearly very bored due to the thumb injury...

From: drycreek
21-Aug-19
You’re not afraid of knocking the eyelashes off ?

From: Scar Finga
21-Aug-19
I take them outside and use a cordless blower on them. It works awesome!! Hey I might patent that! :) Hope your hand is healing nicely!

From: Scrappy
21-Aug-19
Leaf blower outside for me too.

From: midwest
21-Aug-19
I think I'd be out practicing with a left handed bow and a mouth tab! lol

Hope you heal up quick!

From: HUNT MAN
21-Aug-19
This*^^^^^^

From: Quinn @work
21-Aug-19
I take an air compressor to mine on the wall then wipe down the noses and eyes.

From: Huntcell
21-Aug-19
My time and prestige is valuable to do such a mundane task. I have a cleaning professional do mine twice a year.

I would like it done every month but the wife says she just doesn't have the time!

From: krieger
23-Aug-19
LMAO!!

From: Ghost425
23-Aug-19
You need air sir! I’m with Scrappy, ScarFinga and Quinn@work

From: YZF-88
23-Aug-19

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Yes. I do need some air. Mowed the lawn with one hand today and held an 8lb weight with my 4 fingers. Gotta get them in elk shape!

I’ve done the leaf blower method as well. I definitely recommend the battery powered Makita’s (designed this cool bracket to hold them during my downtime too).

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