How do you remove the tiny bits of feathers left stuck to a skinned chicken? I skin them & wash them off well with the hose before soaking in ice water. After a day in the ice water I give them another rinse in the kitchen sink, checking inside to make sure I got everything out, and washing off the outside before placing them in plastic bags to rest inside the refrigerator. But there's always a lot of tiny fine filaments stuck on the meat, little short hair-like fragments of the feathers that cling to the surface. It doesn't help that the meat has a sort of tacky transparant membrane covering it that traps the filaments like flypaper. I've tried rubbing & washing and still find it impossible to remove every single one. I don't want to have to go over the birds with tweezers. The whole point of skinning is to make the processing process faster, it's counterproductive if I have to spend time at the sink making the carcasses clean. It's worse when it's a dark-colored bird like a Barred Rock or RIR. Do YOU have this problem? How have you solved it?