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#2387341 - Fri Oct 07 2011 07:56 PM making homemade scent away spray
foothunter Offline
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Registered: Fri Mar 13 2009
Posts: 64
Loc: allegheny co. Pa
Anybody out there have any good receipes for scent away spray.

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#2387587 - Fri Oct 07 2011 11:08 PM Re: making homemade scent away spray [Re: foothunter]
STICKBOW24 Offline
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Registered: Mon Oct 09 2006
Posts: 301
Loc: Cambria County PA
google it this topic has shown up many timees on many forums you will get lots of recipes most with water hydrogen peroxide and baking soda

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#2388312 - Sat Oct 08 2011 06:18 PM Re: making homemade scent away spray [Re: STICKBOW24]
Double Lung 20 Offline
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Registered: Tue Jun 02 2009
Posts: 4445
Loc: PA - 4C and 5B
It leaves a white residue. I stopped using it.
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#2388367 - Sat Oct 08 2011 07:12 PM Re: making homemade scent away spray [Re: Double Lung 20]
pabuckkiller Offline
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Registered: Thu Oct 30 2008
Posts: 1042
Loc: juniata county, pa
Yes it does. I used it for a while it really leaves a residue.

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#2388489 - Sat Oct 08 2011 09:34 PM Re: making homemade scent away spray [Re: pabuckkiller]
Moss Offline
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Registered: Sun Feb 03 2008
Posts: 19650
Loc: In The Mountains
All I do is mix water and baking soda works for me
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#2388509 - Sat Oct 08 2011 10:08 PM Re: making homemade scent away spray [Re: Moss]
peep site Offline
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Registered: Sun Dec 30 2001
Posts: 1445
Loc: westmoreland county
Homebrew Scent

1 used/clean plastic milk jug
1 large mixing bowl
16 oz (2 cups)Peroxide(3%)
16 OZ. (2 cups) Distilled Water
1/4 cup baking soda
1 oz. unscented shampoo or laundy detergent(cheer free & gentle
1 sprayer bottle
Mix the peroxide, distilled water, baking soda and shampoo or detergent in a large bowl until the baking soda dissolves and pour into jug(do not shake the jug).

Ensure the cap on the jug is loose to ensure zero pressure build up! Let this mixture settle for several days. You can double up or triple the recipe to fill a 4 litre milk jug. Pour the solution into a sprayer and use as required.
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#2462346 - Sat Nov 26 2011 06:19 PM Re: making homemade scent away spray [Re: foothunter]
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Registered: Thu Feb 05 2009
Posts: 1773
Loc: Mars,Pa
 Originally Posted By: foothunter
Anybody out there have any good receipes for scent away spray.
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#2462361 - Sat Nov 26 2011 06:42 PM Re: making homemade scent away spray [Re: bloodhound]
guin0419 Offline
journeyman

Registered: Sat Nov 19 2011
Posts: 83
Loc: 2B
I fart in a bottle. The deer love it! Hehe. Just kidding!

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#2462424 - Sat Nov 26 2011 08:03 PM Re: making homemade scent away spray [Re: guin0419]
wampire Offline
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Registered: Tue Jun 09 2009
Posts: 2034
Loc: Lancaster
I did this during the fall. The resulting solution was pretty good BUT if anyone can figure out how to keep the baking soda residue from drying up inside the nozzle let me know! frustrating!
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#2464319 - Mon Nov 28 2011 11:15 AM Re: making homemade scent away spray [Re: wampire]
Double Lung 20 Offline
Carpal \'Tunnel

Registered: Tue Jun 02 2009
Posts: 4445
Loc: PA - 4C and 5B
I made the recipe for a few season. I then stopped because I would get the baking soda all over the place. Didn't seem worth it.
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