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I have not tried this but I really think it will work for knocking the must off. Take a hose end sprayer and put the same laundry detergent you wash your clothes in, little will go long way, I have cleaned throw rugs like this. I am going to try this, same thing for decoys.
kellory wrote:I use the Ameristep doghouse blind(reversable) comes in a varity of patterns. I have corn stalks and high grass on one side and mossyoak breakup on the reverse. It has two zippers that you open, pop the sides inverse, and rezip then install roof poles. Presto! new pattern! It has tie downs at the corners, four stake holes at corners, Hunter orange camo top to add with bungees for gun season. Shoot through mesh windows for bow only(yes, they ARE flamable) Total cost ordered in for me with my choice of paired patterns was less than $200. I think it was around $180. It does have a full floor, so a rock in the corners would keep it in place with no problem, However, the stakes that come with it are the wire type. 45 degrees does hold well most of the time, but I have found aluminum gutter spikes to work very well with very little wieght. Everything comes in bags. the stakes have a bag and a zippered pocket in the carry bag, and the poles have thier own bag.Very nice blind and works well for two people. I drop a scent leaf in the carry bag when I put it away (frech earth) and that is what I smell when I deploy it. Hope it helps.
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