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primos xp

Postby bckklr » Thu Aug 21, 2008 9:37 am

well has anyone tried the primos xp challenge ? you know the one on the commercials about putting  some stinkin stuff on a cotton ball & spray it with the new scent killer that they came out with & then viola no smell just like that
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RE: primos xp

Postby howhill1 » Thu Aug 21, 2008 1:11 pm

i havent seen any yet to buy it. depends how much it is though. im really sold on scent killer by wrc. ive used it for a loooonnngggg time
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Postby JOEL » Thu Aug 21, 2008 4:59 pm

im also interested in that new product from rhino laboratories "scent strike"they did a write up in the gear issue of D&DH maybe ill be the guinea pig and buy it
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Postby vipermann7 » Thu Aug 21, 2008 6:52 pm

i remember that commercial, but i can never remember which company it is actually for. ive havent tried it yet, but i might. ive always used scent killer, its always worked great for me. im going to try dead down wind this year. no real reason, i just like to try new things.

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RE: primos xp

Postby howhill1 » Fri Aug 22, 2008 1:39 am

ive eyed the rhino strike myself for clothes storage. right now i just fill up some old socks with baking soda and place them in my totes. im a bit intrigued by the dead down wind drier sheets.
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RE: primos xp

Postby JOEL » Fri Aug 22, 2008 6:59 am

i have a recipie for homemade scent killer it involves peroxide and baking soda made it last year,got 3 deer cant say if it was cuz of that though 
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RE: primos xp

Postby bckklr » Fri Aug 22, 2008 9:58 am

well im kind of like howhill ive been using (wrc) as long as its been on the shelf but as long as the primos doesnt cost an arm & a leg ill probably compare the 2 just to see ive heard good things about dead down wind but ive never tried it but hey joel why dont you post that home concoction or pm me & ill whip some up & test it with the other kinds & maybe i can save some money after i get the results
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RE: primos xp

Postby JOEL » Fri Aug 22, 2008 3:52 pm

from a friend of mine.2qts distilled water,1qt hydrogen peroxide,1/2 cup baking soda,1oz no scent soap.Mix until baking soda is dissolved.VERY IMPORTANT!!!!!!!!!!!stir and let set in an open container/bottle for a few days to let the chemical reaction dissipate,stir daily.When you put it in your spray bottle leave a little extra space for latent chemical action.Do not store in clear bottle,the peroxide goes bad,thats why peroxide comes in a brown bottle
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RE: primos xp

Postby bckklr » Sat Aug 23, 2008 5:30 am

thanx ill give it a try
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RE: primos xp

Postby JOEL » Sat Aug 23, 2008 7:05 am

a little warning about the mix it leaves a white residue on whatever you spray,it comes off and doesnt stain but it does leave it behind.just wanted ya to know.i mixit up in rinsed out gallon milk containers and keep it in the dark under the sinkPS the guy who gave me the recipe was a paramedic and used it to get the stink out of the "bus"
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