Stay undetected and save money this hunting season by making your own scent killer spray.
We all know how hard it is to fool the sensitive noses of deer, wild pigs, and coyotes. Scent killer spray is a great addition to any hunter’s arsenal. The only problem is the price.
This quick and easy recipe for homemade scent killer spray yields about 55% more product for less than one third of the cost.
Here’s what you need to make your own scent killer spray:
- 16 ounces of hydrogen peroxide
- 1 gallon of distilled water
- baking soda
- 1 spray bottle
- 1 two-liter bottle
Mix the ingredients as directed in the video and liberally spray hunting clothes, backpacks, and anything else you’ll take to your stand.
The beauty of using homemade scent killer spray rather than the commercially available sprays is you don’t need to worry about continuing to purchase it when it runs out. When you start to run low, it only costs about $3 to whip up a new batch.