To help keep hunting clothes scent free, put them in a five gallon bucket that has an air tight lid. Dust each article with baking soda, turn them inside out and shake the bucket. When you take them out to wear, shake off the extra baking soda. When putting clothes back in the bucket, add more baking soda. You can also add leaves, cedar wood chips, or whatever natural scents that are around your area of hunting.
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A Missouri 9pt
Harvested by Lonnie Greuter
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