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#5474017 - 12/12/14 10:58 PM How do Yall wash your Hunting Gear?
offinthewoods Offline
Woodsman

Registered: 09/03/13
Posts: 199
Loc: AZLE,TX
I run the washer a with just water then the next cycle pour a box of baking soda and let it wash in Warm/Cold.

Dry usually hang dry but can take for ever..

How does every one do the steps.

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#5474041 - 12/12/14 11:38 PM Re: How do Yall wash your Hunting Gear? [Re: offinthewoods]
Curly Offline
Overrated

Registered: 08/08/08
Posts: 20152
Loc: Sittin on my butt on the THF
I mostly hunt in a box blind so pretty much just regular.

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#5474063 - 12/13/14 12:37 AM Re: How do Yall wash your Hunting Gear? [Re: offinthewoods]
dogcatcher Offline
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Registered: 07/17/06
Posts: 87034
Loc: Abilene or on the road...
Straight in to the washer with the rest of my jeans and work shirts. Then to the dryer and on hangers. up
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#5474094 - 12/13/14 05:01 AM Re: How do Yall wash your Hunting Gear? [Re: offinthewoods]
Dave Davidson Offline
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Registered: 06/24/06
Posts: 4631
Loc: Hurst, Tx
I don't worry about it. I personally believe that I had better be downwind from an animal. I tried packing my clothes in a bag with cedar branches. That taught me that I was allergic to cedar.

However, I have a friend that has bow hunted every continent. He always showers with no scent soap before going hunting. He says it works for him but, like a lot of rich guys, he is pretty extreme.
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#5474115 - 12/13/14 05:58 AM Re: How do Yall wash your Hunting Gear? [Re: offinthewoods]
Texmel Offline
Bird Dog

Registered: 09/13/11
Posts: 350
Loc: Melissa, TX
Wife uses Scent Killer w/no U.V. Brighteners in lukewarm water. After drying place in bag.

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#5474116 - 12/13/14 06:00 AM Re: How do Yall wash your Hunting Gear? [Re: offinthewoods]
Texmel Offline
Bird Dog

Registered: 09/13/11
Posts: 350
Loc: Melissa, TX
Wife uses Scent Killer w/no U.V. Brighteners in lukewarm water. After drying place in bag.

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#5474125 - 12/13/14 06:24 AM Re: How do Yall wash your Hunting Gear? [Re: offinthewoods]
Tff caribou Offline
Extreme Tracker

Registered: 08/27/12
Posts: 4023
Loc: Watauga, TX
I just wash them in the regular laundry. I have been spraying them down with some scent killer the night before though. Probably doesn't matter considering my blind is 100 yards from the feeder.
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#5474166 - 12/13/14 07:26 AM Re: How do Yall wash your Hunting Gear? [Re: offinthewoods]
lawndart956 Offline
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Registered: 11/02/14
Posts: 90
I normally use a sent free soap for all my clothes and never thought much of it. One day the wife got some new stuff and was a very noticeable sent. I went bow hunting that morning and noticed that every deer that got in my wind freaked out. I never make any effort to cover my sent but they did not like that detergent at all. Use sent free detergent and hunt the wind...and stay away from beans and cabbage the night before.

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#5474193 - 12/13/14 07:59 AM Re: How do Yall wash your Hunting Gear? [Re: offinthewoods]
Sneaky Offline
The "Grouch"

Registered: 10/22/12
Posts: 18788
Loc: Winters
I throw them in a pile, somewhere, and a couple days later, they're clean and hanging in the closet. It's like magic.
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#5474200 - 12/13/14 08:04 AM Re: How do Yall wash your Hunting Gear? [Re: offinthewoods]
Flags Offline
Woodsman

Registered: 11/20/14
Posts: 182
Loc: Athens, TX
I use water. I find they come out cleaner that way! grin

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#5474211 - 12/13/14 08:08 AM Re: How do Yall wash your Hunting Gear? [Re: lawndart956]
rockinrdranch Offline
Woodsman

Registered: 01/02/13
Posts: 167
I have been washing clothes in scent free soap, showering before every hunt, packing clothes with cedar branches as well as mixing crushed cedar with distilled water to create my own cover scent. Extreme ? Maybe. But I like hunting thick cover close to bedding areas, so, I'll take any advantage I can get.

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#5474256 - 12/13/14 08:55 AM Re: How do Yall wash your Hunting Gear? [Re: offinthewoods]
BadLander Offline
Tracker

Registered: 09/16/13
Posts: 505
Loc: 5150.867.53/09
Baking soda, baking soda , baking soda
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#5474261 - 12/13/14 09:00 AM Re: How do Yall wash your Hunting Gear? [Re: offinthewoods]
Navasot Offline
Hollywood

Registered: 09/22/11
Posts: 27689
Loc: Normangee/Navasota TX
I wash them with some type of sent killer detergent but other than that just like regular clothes
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#5474866 - 12/13/14 05:57 PM Re: How do Yall wash your Hunting Gear? [Re: offinthewoods]
wetduck Offline
Tracker

Registered: 08/26/08
Posts: 764
Loc: grandveiw/ft worth
pants = dry clean heavy starch
shirts= med starch

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#5474917 - 12/13/14 06:46 PM Re: How do Yall wash your Hunting Gear? [Re: offinthewoods]
240z Offline
Woodsman

Registered: 11/20/10
Posts: 106
Loc: N. E. TX.
Wash and dry like normal except no fabric softener, after drying store in empty deer corn bag.
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