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    Default id there a easier way than air drying clothes

    after i wash my hunting clothes in baking soda is there a quicker way of drying them. if i put them in the dryer willl it make them smell again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowcraze30 View Post
    after i wash my hunting clothes in baking soda is there a quicker way of drying them. if i put them in the dryer willl it make them smell again?
    not with scentaway dryer sheets.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUNNYMAN View Post
    not with scentaway dryer sheets.......
    What I try to do is wash a load of laundry such as towels first and use scent free laundry detergent and then dry them w/out dryer sheets. Then I wash and dry my hunting clothes. Or try what bowman suggested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUNNYMAN View Post
    not with scentaway dryer sheets.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUNNYMAN View Post
    not with scentaway dryer sheets.......
    Yep, what Bunnyman says. Works good.

    But keep in mind that you still need to keep the dry clothes out of 'scents' way so put them in an unused kitchen trash bag or somethng like that with a bit of baking soda in the bottom of it.

    Then it will not hurt to spray your clothes with baking soda/distilled water mixture after you get dressed. Pay the most attention to your pants, gloves, boots and boot bottoms.

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    I usually run the dryer for 15-20 minutes with just a dryer sheet in. Then another dryer sheet with my hunting clohtes. Tried to get my wife to not use the usuall bounce sheets. Told here fresh earth was a great year round scent. Went over like a lead ballon.
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    There a little more expensive, but ziploc brand makes bags the size of a small suitcase. Work great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by goldflinger View Post
    I usually run the dryer for 15-20 minutes with just a dryer sheet in. Then another dryer sheet with my hunting clohtes. Tried to get my wife to not use the usuall bounce sheets. Told here fresh earth was a great year round scent. Went over like a lead ballon.
    I believe the lead balloon response in a second...

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    I've only ever just used the dryer with no dryer sheet. It works good for me! Never had a problem. My father-in law has done it the same way for years. Hope that Helps! Good Luck.
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    put them in the dryer with a small kids sock semi filled with baking soda, problem gone
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