Cleaner Hands

by servnIAM2@-------
(oklahoma)

Plastic laundry detergent bottle

Plastic laundry detergent bottle

Instead of throwing away a laundry detergent bottle when your wife empties it, especially the larger ones with the rubber plunger spout, fill it back up with water and throw it in the hunting rig. It makes a GREAT hand washing solution after cleaning wild game and fish and COMPLETELY removes the blood, oil, and smell from your hands. It can freeze, thaw, and refreeze in the bottle without going bad or busting the bottle. The soap residue left in the bottle is just the RIGHT amount. Chalk up one more for recycling.

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Dec 11, 2011
Good idea.
by: Kenny

That's a great sugestion. In the past I've used empty one gallon milk cartons. But I think the laundry detergent bottle idea might be better because those bottles tend to be stronger. And it's a great way to use up the last of the detergent in the bottle. Thanks for your submission.

Kenny Presnell
www.Hunting-with-Kenny.com

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