Any one have one that they would like to share?
We make about 15 gallons a season using the formula that C++ gave above and have never had a problem with it fading camo. It works every bit as good as the stuff that you buy. I figured it up last year and I think it was about $3 a gallon to make. The only problem we had was the milk jugs developing tiny leaks after a few weeks of sitting around. You can add earth scent to it and have earth scented scent killer.Archeryaddict said:will the hydrogen peroxide in the mixture bleach out colored fabricks that it is applied to?
a lot of people have been expressing their concerns about this.
As long as it is kept closed, it is good for another year at least. I had some leftover from last year and added my new right to it.huntswnm said:I made a few batches of the homemade stuff and am wondering what the shelf life is on it? Once it goes through the "curing" time how long will it be good for??
I used this formula last year and it ended up smelling like "un-mentionables" does anyones else get a funny smell from it, or did I do something wrong??C++ said:“Scent-No-Mo” Spray (home-made)
* 16 oz. (2 cups) hydrogen peroxide, 3% solution (normal type found in drug stores)
* 16 oz. (2 cups) distilled water
* 1/4 cup baking soda
* 1 oz. unscented shampoo (Cabela’s hunting shampoo is okay)