Try this and save money.
*Homemade Scent Killer*
Now that the season is near, I will again post the recipe I use for home made scent killer that works and is cheap to make!
Ingredients for Scent Killer:
16 oz. (2 cups) Peroxide ( yes, I use the brown bottled stuff)
16 oz. (2 cups) Distilled Water or water from a dehumidifier
¼ cup baking soda
1 oz. On non-scented shampoo (I use Hunters Specialties green shampoo)
(Or adjust amounts to whatever size you make accordingly)
Let sit for several days (1 gallon milk jug works good with lid loose) This recipe is also good for removing blood from your hands in the field after dressing your critter! No dried blood, presents a better image!
Here an idea for some scent free 'baby wipes'...
mix up a batch of scent killer as per instructions above...
take a roll of heavy duty paper towels (Bounty, Scott, etc..not the 49 cent cheapies)
cut the roll in half with an electric knife so you have 2 short rolls of paper towels(don't try a regular knife... it doesn't work). Pull the cardboard tube from the middle of the half roll
Find a rubbermaid or tupperware container big enough to hold the 1/2 roll of paper towels (and with a good sealed lid).
Put one of the 1/2 rolls of paper in the container, pour in the scent killer, let the wipes soak up the scent killer, keep covered tight so they don't dry out. Because the inner cardboard tube is out, pull the paper towels out the from the middle like a kleenex!