How do you get rid of the smell of Skunk from your hunting clothes?
Using your regular laundry detergent is fine, although treating the fabrics with an additional cleaner beforehand may help as well.
vinegar or peroxide soltion will dissolve and remove the odor-causing oils instead of just spreading them around. Try this mixture:
1 liter (or quart) white vinegar OR 3% hydrogen peroxide (peroxide may cause bleaching)
1/4 c. Baking soda.
1 tsp. dish detergent (also a de-greaser)
soak in tomatoe juice ive done my dogs this way and it kills all the odor!!
Cheers for that Okiedave, I had heard this, but never realized that it worked. Awesome - thanks mate!
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