This is another one of those basic holes in the whole scent thing with deer. Deer are truly queer beasts if everything you read is to be believed:
Deer can smell you from a mile off, but they can't smell your gun oil.
Deer can smell you from a mile off, but they can't smell the naptha coming from your rubber boots.
Deer can smell you from a mile off, but they can't smell your ATV
Deer can smell you from a mile off, but they can't smell your cigarettes.
Deer can smell you from a mile off, but they can't smell your farts.
Deer can smell you from a mile off, but they can't smell your . . .
. . . you get the idea.
I always had a problem wrapping my head around this until it dawned on me that this was all complete hogwash. Deer probably smell all these things but basically don't care. Probably the one thing they do care about is nasty pit stink, and the gnarly whole-body stench a hunter acquires after days of not showering.
After years of making my brain ache and trying to kill all odor on everything, I finally figured out that a modicum of personal hygiene and common sense goes a long way in the woods. The rest was somebody trying to sell you elephant repellent, and some instinctual cleansing ritual. I used to be borderline OCD when it came to deer hunting. Now that I've been in the woods over a quarter century, I'm well past that. As a for instance, I wear quad/parka and bibs that has never been cleaned-- since they came out of Walmart in 2003. I wear a wool sweater underneath that has never seen a washer or a dry cleaner since it came out of the box from Cabelas 20 years ago. I just let the stuff air outside for a bit to get the worst of the stink off and then pack it away with a little sodium bicarbonate. According to most so-called experts, not only should I not be seeing deer, but the deer should all be running in panic away from my end of the county. Of course, these experts generally want to sell you 4G 3D High-Definition Stop-Stink in the handy pump spray (Now with a directional nozzle). Let me tell you where you can point that nozzle.
Don't worry about gun oil, powder solvent, etc. I use Ed's Red, a homebrew concoction of Kerosene, Automatic Transmission Fluid, Acetone, etc. If that doesn't scare deer, I don't know what will. I sit in my stand and have deer grazing directly beneath me all the time. It's great stuff. Google Ed's Red. The recipe is everywhere. It is better than Hoppes and it's dirt cheap.
Also remember this: Playing the wind and being still trumps anything you can spray on yourself or your gun. Bathe regularly and change your underwear twice a day. The rest will work itself out.