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2 reviews | 4.5 out of 5
We got Deer Blood all over our coveralls, jeans, and shirts when hunting this year. I came home, remembered I had a bottle I bought several years ago. I had used it only for normal hunting clothes washing. I decided to use it on the Dried Blood. I had not had any luck with other products or cold water in the past. I poured HS on all the areas directly where there was Blood. I let it soak while I loaded the rest of my clothes in the wash. I then worked the HS into the stained areas and rinsed with cold water. I then washed them in the wash on Permanent Press Cycle and cold water. All the Deer Blood washed out with no remaining stain. This was after 4 days in 80 degree outside temps. The blood had lots of time to set into the fabric. HS Worked so well I am about to buy more. I had used it to wash out campfire smoke smell and neutralize human odor, but nothing else..I am thrilled to find it removed the Deer Blood..I highly recommend it to every hunter around.
We bought Hunter's laundry soap for our cloth diapers because we recently moved to Houston, Texas and can't find ATKSO's SportsWash in any of the stores. Hunting detergents are fantastic for cloth diapers because they remove lingering odors and shouldn't create residue build up that reduces absorbancy.
So far Hunters is working well - especially at removing odors - even in our hard water. The smurf-blue color is a little strange - but it works!