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Discussion in 'General Hunting' started by Cedarridge, Sep 11, 2009.
Any tips on removing stick tights(seeds)from hunting gear?
already stuck to you? i pay my kids to clean em off
That's wortha giggle or two!
I make my wife do it.
A dog brush works pretty well.
I spend time doing it every year listening to the radio . Don't think there is a good way . I guess you could always burn your clothes !!
always scraped them off with a pocketknife...
i hear a paper towel or a dryer sheet works,have not tried them
I go over to a friends house and sit on their couch for awhile. That usually gets rid of the hard to reach ones.
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< this is what I do as well, they have drove me nuts last few weeks as well,
I go hiking through some thick stuff, that usually takes care of the majority, anything left, I take a spoon and swipe them off. Fun.
I use a knife too.
Last year I tried some of the dead down wind dryer sheets. I put them in the dryer and most of the sticktites ended up on the dryer sheet. You might even try one of those sticky lint rollers.
Sneak your clothes into the washer, that way everybody gets to help picking them off.
There ya go!!
When I was growing up I did a lot of quail hunting. My little sister had some of those chickens with the hair on their feet, silkies I believe they are called. Anyway, any time I got covered up in hitchhikers I would change clothes and put the covered ones outside in the yard. Them dang chickens would pick the hitchhikers off clean as a whistle! LOL thanks for asking the question, you gave me a walk down memory lane this morning!
my dog loves to take them off.
duct tape of course ya can use it on you too.....just might loose a few hairs.
This has worked for me...still time consuming...