Pete-pec wrote:Stationary is much better, but you can use a hand-held flesher, but you're going to be wearing the grease! Try using a cover of some kind. I don't think you'll prevent burn through though, because you should be holding the skin so you can ease into it. O.K. no! You need a stationary fleshing wheel. You can put a drill in a vise with a cover over it to catch grease.
Duckmeat wrote:i do mostly my own birds and im by no means a professional...i do it as a hobby. Given this, i am very meticulous and avoid any grease stains by all costs. I use a dremel with a homemade shield and a very soft wire brush to devour every bit of the membrane and fat. i take my time and do it right the first time. this is time consuming but it gives you confidence when you get some squeaky clean mounts on your first couple...give it a try b4 diving into the wire wheel that has on several occasions eaten my birds..heheh. Good luck
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