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Thread: What detergents do you wash your camo in? Homemade?

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    Default What detergents do you wash your camo in? Homemade?

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Size:  14.0 KBLast year I used this and bought some Primos Silver XP Earth Blend on clearance the previous year and I poured a little in with the detergent.. I was curious what everyone else uses, I personally LOVE the fresh earth scent on my clothes just not too stout..I havent washed mine this year yet, and I def aint gonna buy any of the Primos Blend this time it's way too expensive. I would like to make my own fresh earth scent and it turn out right.

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    That's what I use also.....no need to use anything else with it. Just wash and throw camo in dryer without any dryer sheets. Store camo in plastic tote with a couple fresh earth scent wafers.....gives a slight cover scent without an overwhelming odor

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    i use scent away laundry soap and fresh earth dryer sheets them put them in a scent bag with fresh earth waffers i get the scent away kit for 20 bucks cheap and ive always had good luck out of it
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    All brand..."Free and Clear" no scent no dyes. Use it year round

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    Sport Wash. Same effectiveness as everything else, without the cost of the name. Also does a good job of keeping the waterresistent stuff actually water resistent.
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    I'm more worried about fading my camo out than I am about earthy scent. I like the smell of the earth waffers but I think it's more for my benefit than it is for deer. You can make yourself smell however you want but if you still stink or sweat you will still be detected.....you'll just smell like sweaty dirt.
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    I wash it without detergent. Then I throw it in a burlap sap with 4 or 5 apples that I cut in half. I then bury it 3-4 days before season. Just how I was taught to do it.
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    "I wash it without detergent. Then I throw it in a burlap sap with 4 or 5 apples that I cut in half. I then bury it 3-4 days before season. Just how I was taught to do it."

    I like that idea!!!!!

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    I just throw my gear in a burlap bag with with corn shucks, cobs and dust and shake it up

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    Quote Originally Posted by B Hicks View Post
    I just throw my gear in a burlap bag with with corn shucks, cobs and dust and shake it up
    Hey B Hicks,
    I was wondering. Since your truck is fully camouflaged, do you have to wash it with UV protective soap?
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