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Discussion in 'Taxidermy Forum' started by PJB3, Mar 28, 2003.
What do you guys use to inject the feet to stop shrinkage?
I use fantastic cast injection grade.
It works better than anything I have used.
On geese and some big ducks I re-inject them the next day so there are not any dimples or shrinkage.
I have heard it is pritty good. I just ordered me some for van dykes. so i'm not for sure.
I'll second the fantastic cast injection grade
There are so many products you can use. It come's down to personal preference and what works for you. There is a product called cast-all injection grade that I prefer. I can add lacqure thinner to it to slow down the product from setting to fast and I can inject more without mixing a new batch.
You will get alot of responces from this question. Good luck.
I use a 50/50 mix of glycerin and formaldehyde, keeps the feet permanently plyable. I think feet injection is a personal preferance thing...just use several different methods till you find one you like best.
Hope this helps
some one want to explain how you inject feet for us people who have no idea what your talking about
Since there is no flesh to remove from waterfowl feet ,if nothing is done to them, when they dry they will shrivel up terribly.
So you take a syringe with whatever injection material you use and inject the toes and legs to replace the fluids that have evaporated from them to give them that full live look.
I like it because its quick and once you get the hang of it ,no waste.. . This is if you want them kicked fast.. all work there are many good ..its a matter of prefference... I just would never advice useing anything that will continue to emit on humid days like formadyhide....Sinus's dont like the stuff nor do my lungs...
Just my .02 worth...
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