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no-scent spray, homemade brew

Postby bobdc » Wed Dec 21, 2011 4:23 pm

anyone have a recipe?
I used to have one, but I lost it.
may have to find it again.
it worked great.
baking soda, peroxide, and a few somethings else.

also added a drop of dog shampoo to a batch and sprayed it on the hound when he would come inside.
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Re: no-scent spray, homemade brew

Postby gtk » Thu Dec 22, 2011 9:09 am

i don't have a "scent-killer" recipe , but I usually take some pine needles & crush them, then rub my clothes down pretty good .. Keeps me smelling like a pine :)
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Re: no-scent spray, homemade brew

Postby bobdc » Thu Dec 22, 2011 10:06 am

gtk wrote:i don't have a "scent-killer" recipe , but I usually take some pine needles & crush them, then rub my clothes down pretty good .. Keeps me smelling like a pine :)

yea, I do that when packing them for the summer. little packs of dry leaves and crushed acorns inside stockings
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Re: no-scent spray, homemade brew

Postby LazyGhost » Thu Dec 22, 2011 6:53 pm

No scent spray is needed. Just do as gtk says and youll be better off than with any scent spray out there. I usually just change clothes to fresh ones and find a pine or cedar on the way in, break off a few small limbs, and vigorously rub all my clothes. Natural cover scent.
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Re: no-scent spray, homemade brew

Postby RSB » Thu Dec 22, 2011 7:00 pm

LazyGhost wrote:No scent spray is needed. Just do as gtk says and youll be better off than with any scent spray out there. I usually just change clothes to fresh ones and find a pine or cedar on the way in, break off a few small limbs, and vigorously rub all my clothes. Natural cover scent.

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