Traditional Methods Taxidermy

Taxidermy created using traditional methods requires no specialist cleaning or treatments.

Do not place your taxidermy in direct sunlight as it may fade the colours.

Do not place your taxidermy anywhere damp or humid.

Keep small children and pets away from your taxidermy.

A gentle light dusting with a clean, dry dusting cloth will remove any surface dust.

A dry old toothbrush can be used to remove dust from feet, claws, bills, beaks, glass eyes and the base. Be gentle.

We regularly see Victorian taxidermy which has not aged or deteriorated at all.  In the right conditions your taxidermy will last a lifetime or more.

Freeze Dried Taxidermy

Freeze dried taxidermy requires some simple aftercare techniques to make your taxidermy last for years to come.​

Zero In Clothes Moth Killer

Spray on your taxidermy. The spray is long-lasting and will last for up to 12 months. 

Available from Amazon.

Transparent, Surface Treatment Spray, Kills Clothing Moths and Larvae. 

Moth Repellent Natural Cedar Wood

​​Cedar wood balls or cubes are a perfect way to prevent any of your taxidermy being eaten or damaged by moths.

Just place some around your taxidermy. 

These will last for years, just sand them to refresh them with sand paper. Sold in packs of 4

Available from Amazon.