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curious as to wich scent free wash and wich scent free spray yall prefer to use on you're hunting clothes and equipment.
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Scent killer
I have used baking soda on a rinse cycle for about two years now. It works. Also they have a scent/uv dye killer in the camping section in Wal-Mart for about 5 bucks or less that I have had success with. Also on my way in I will take a small branch off of a pine and rub it on my clothes. Good luck!
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bakin soda
i thought about the bakin soda just never tried but im gonna give a shot and the pine needles makes sense i used to do that too when i was younger. thanks for the suggestions.
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Hunter Specialties
I use the HS 'Fresh Earth' scented laundry wash for my deer hunting camo and the non-scented for my duck hunting camo. It works flawlessly! It does not fade out the coloring at all. Ive been using it for years and find that my camo colors last much longer.
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scent
baking soda( get it in large bags in the swimming pool section or store ) and a little plain original woolite and the pine needles if available . However I was a K9 handler and if a dog can smell dope wrapped in 9 layers of shrink wrap in a gas tank--i really think being downwind if the only solution to the deer smelling you .
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Scent
You might c think I'm crazy but I make my own! I just take sum dirt and a lil grass boil in water for 30 min let it cool and strain it real good and pour in a spray bottle.( I do the same thing with pine neddels, been using it for over 12yrs and it works!)
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