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How to Use Hunting Scent Eliminator

Learn how to use hunting scent eliminator with Blain’s Farm & Fleet.

As a hunter, you want to conceal yourself as much as possible. While camouflage can help you blend in, your human scent can give you away to any prize buck. Using a scent eliminator can help hide human odor. Learn how to use hunting scent eliminator with the help of Blain’s Farm & Fleet.

How to Use Hunting Scent Eliminator
As soon as you hit the field, your scent can be picked up by any doe or buck. Kill the scent with hunting scent eliminator from Blain’s Farm & Fleet.

Using Scent Eliminator with Clothing

The first step is to start with your clothing. Using a scent eliminator laundry detergent on your hunting clothes kills human odors at the molecular level. Once you wash your clothes in scent eliminator detergent, it’s best to let them air dry or use scent eliminator dryer sheets.

You can also treat your clothing with scent elimination spray. The clear and odorless spray combats human odor as soon as it’s sprayed on and after it dries. It can even be used on the bottom of your hunting boots. Depending on the field conditions, the spray can be effective for a few days. The spray can be used on clothing that has been treated with the scent eliminator detergent or regular detergent.

Using Scent Eliminator on Your Body

Besides your hunting clothes, you can also use scent eliminator on your body. There are scent eliminating shampoos, conditioners, body washes and soaps all designed to hide human odor while you’re hunting. Once you’re out of the shower, apply scent eliminator deodorant. Sometimes when you’re hunting for a few days, a shower might not be available. In this case, you can use scent eliminator field wipes. There are plenty of options when it comes to eliminating human odor.

At Blain’s Farm & Fleet, we understand that in order for a successful day in the field you need the right equipment. That’s why we carry scent elimination products from trusted brands like Scent Killer, Scent-Lok, Nose Jammer and more. For more tips on hunting equipment and clothing, visit our hunting blog.


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