timberghost is right, doing all that will definately work. I used bleach on just a antler mount (with skull still attached at bases of the antlers) and it bleached the skull BRIGHT white. At first, it doesn't look that white (after you've let it sit in bleach for 24 hrs) but the next day I checked on it (after it had dried) and it was as white as white can get. Boiling the skull will be the trickiest task.... I recommend boiling outside if you can... i got an old hot plate and did mine outside. You need to boil it for AT LEAST an hour... I took mine out every 15 min or so and picked skin, meat, ect... off of it each time. Good luck!
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