First Impressions: ElimiShield Hunt X10D Scent Control for Clothing

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posted on March 1, 2019
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Intended for use as a scent concealer while hunting, the ElimiShield Hunt X10D Scent Control for Clothing prevents the formation of human body odors on clothing and soft accessories. That’s important, because no matter how good you smell to us (nice cologne!), the critters think you stink out loud. Not to fear! Hunt X10D scent control has you covered.

Elimishield claims that when used as directed, X10D bonds to fibers in textiles to create a chain of atoms that produces an uninhabitable surface for odor-causing compounds, thus making the garments submersed essentially scent-free for the life of the garment—the LIFE of the garment. Yes, you read that right. No need to worry about B.O. anymore or whether or not that deer you are tracking will pick up on your scent.

Simply add 1 ounce of X10D per pound of clothing to 3 gallons of hot water in a bucket. Stir well and add the clothing, letting them soak for around 10 minutes. Then wring and hang until damp before placing the clothes in the dryer. This creates a near permanent shield that lasts up to 50 washings. Each 10-ounce bottle will treat 10 pounds of laundry in 10 minutes. Don’t let Bullwinkle laugh at you because he picked you up on Smell-O-Vision from a mile away. Get your clothing scent-free with a simple 10-minute dip so your stench doesn’t scare away the stag. Available at Amazon at an MSRP of $39.99.

 

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