Wash Camo with scent-free detergent

by Kenny Presnell
(Liberty County, Florida)

Camo on closeline

Camo on closeline

The changing colors of Fall -- different shades of camouflage! It's time to get yourself ready to fill up the freezer with fresh venison. If you're bow hunting, you might want to wash those camos in scent-free detergent. Hang them on a close line. When they are almost dry, spray liberally with scent-free spray. Allow them to line-dry completely. Then put the clothes into an air-tight bag/container until ready to use. That way when you're out in the woods for that up-close shot, the deer will never smell you coming!

Kenny Presnell

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