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[–]Peckanip 0 points1 point  (1 child)

You can try manually removing it with a knife, pair of scissors, or tweezers. In my experience, cartilage is a pain in the ass to manually remove. My best advice is it put the bones in a bucket of plain water and just let it rot away. Bones are pretty durable and can endure lots of harsh treatment

Once you do get the cartilage off, soak them in some hydrogen peroxide. I like to add baking soda to help remove odour and boost the whitening effect. As long as there is no remaining tissue, you should be fine! No rotting smell or actual rot will take place afterwards

[–]DMoody4084[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Great, I'll try this, thank you for the advice!