This blog is meant to help educate and instruct those who wish to learn how to clean Ethically Scavenged bones.
I focus on honoring and appreciating nature and it's gifts - as well as respecting animal rights and helping to protect and preserve wildlife and habitat.
You may also find : interesting fossils, skeletal abnormalities, bone collecting through the ages, prehistoric bone tools and art plus information about the Skeletal systems of commonly found animals.
hey folks who live in L.A . CA and surrounding areas
are there wild mink running around where you live?
(i’m curious because i’ve seen quite a few ‘etsy based bone shops’ from California selling mink bones and claiming to have ‘found’ them, fully intact with all teeth and no damage) - strange, yes?
Please send me a link to the post or post the photos to this blog via the ‘submit photos’ option, thank you!
i personally used warm water and mrs. myers dish soap. (about a teaspoon of soap to a litre of warm water.
( afterwards i use the water to clean the toilets, steps/patio, other dirtier bones ect. since Mrs. Myers is All Natural )
i’ll be doing a bigger tutorial on degreasing soon - i’d love to hear what other people prefer
favorite degreasing method?