It became ineffective at eliminating odor the first time it was exposed to air. The military uses this technology to combat biologic/chemical warfare. It comes in a sealed plastic bag. It is one time use only. Just like any carbon based suit it is one time use only.My Scent Blocker suit is about 10 years old. How effective is it now at eliminating odor? Does the carbon get to a point where it is no longer effective?
Yes. You would have to expose the carbon to fire to destroy the absorbed oders. After removal from fire it immediately begins absorbing stuff. It's like a sponge, it can only hold so much.Once carbon is impregnated it takes extremely high heat to "clean" the carbon. Higher heat than a regular dryer can produce.
It's probably a very nice hunting suit now.
Based on the fact that the idea of the carbon clothing is to absorb odors right? Well it absorbs all the odors in the store and becomes full. It doesnt take a rocket scientist to figure that out. If you havent heard buy now its been proven that a household dryer will no get hot enough to reactivated the clothing so how do you plan on getting all the odor absorbed in the clothes out so you can use it again to absorb odors? Im no scientist I will admit but believe whatever you want. Its a free country...What logic is that based on? What actual proof? None didn't think so.
Well it must be durable if its ten years old and still going strong. So in that regard I guess you got what you payed for.So it does not work is what I'm gathering here? If you fart in it you can't smell it so it must help????