I've made a few wingbone calls and I can't figure out how to make them pearly white. This is what I usually do and maybe someone can give me additional advice. After cleaning them out I will boil them in some water, hydrogen peroxide, and a little bit of dish washing soap. The bones I have done before have been from hens and look pretty good for my standards and proably have a great finish if i polished them. Right now I'm using a 3 yr old gobbler bones and cant them white at all.This time after I boiled them I soaked them in peroxide overnight and still that didn't help. A friend of mine's daughter killed this gobbler and Im wanting the bones to look really nice. If anyone has some helpfull ideas thanks. Also, I thought about bleech but I read somewhere that it would weaken the bones and haven't tried it. Thanks for any advice.
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