Bleached deer antlers can be a challenging and expensive task for deer hunters to undertake.  The major problem that makes this so expensive is the amount of money deer hunters spend on the various stains to get the natural color they are looking for.

There is no need to buy stain or even leave your house to bleach your deer antlers!  Simply, wet some used coffee grounds and rub vigorously onto the antlers with an old sock.  Continue to reapply until you feel you have the right color!

Lou Neve, 50-year veteran of the outdoors stained the antlers in this post with coffee grounds and an old sock.

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Justin J. Lind

September 2019
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