Firstly I am new on this site as of about 2 months ago, have read through lots of posts and found it very useful and interesting.
So finally found something that others may find useful seen as I have learnt so much.
Basically I have started boiling out my own Roe Buck heads as keeping them was becoming a little hard, so i started with the usual boiling water, i actually used a old catering urn that my mother "seems" not to use anymore.
After i had taken the skin, ears etc and as much underlying flesh as possible, i tried to work out how to get them totally spotless of flesh as i can imagine they will smell if you leave the tinyest little bit of sinu on.
I tried a scrubbing brush, toothbrush etc but was not getting far, so eventually with a young roe head that i was willing to take the risk with I turned to the garden power washer and within about 5 minutes it turned it spotless inside and out with no damage at all, "I will not sign a disclaimer on this". I did 4 yesterday afternoon and they all worked really well, just learnt the slightly older 1s need a little longer boiling.
The only downside you do have a few bits of flesh flying about, but for its reduced hassle in my case sweeping up afterwards was much easier.
Not sure this will be of any use and it may not be for some, just thought i would post and see what people think.