Do I need Scent Elimination Products?
The first step in answering this question is to look at our anatomy and how it functions. Our body
is covered with millions of cells called sebaceous and sudoriferous glands. These are the organs by which a large portion of the aqueous and gaseous materials is excreted by the skin. These cells
function as sweat glands, which cool the body during moderate to heavy exercise. Bacteria and fungus thrive in moist environments. The growth of bacteria and fungus cause body odor. Bucks-N-Does Ultimate
Advantage Human Scent Elimination products are designed to address the complete spectrum of scent control. We've got you covered from head to toe, internally and externally.
Charcoal Based Suits
Charcoal based suits have flooded the market recently, but lets discuss their importance. Yes, they work, but lets analyze
their mechanics. Charcoal is a concentrated absorbing compound, a magnet for odors. Body odors, as any other odors that charcoal comes in contact with, is absorbed and locked into its fibers. Therefore,
you become a wick for these unnatural scents and disburse them while in the field. To activate the garments, the manufacturer says you must put them in your dryer, but if you have ever used fabric
softener sheets in your dryer, that is exactly how your charcoal suit will smell.
The Animals We Hunt
Some hunters underestimate the ability big and small game animals have in scenting unnatural odors for long distances. With
the right wind currents, your quarry could smell you up to 600 yards or more.
Tips for better scent Elimination
No Smoking or do not enter a smoke filled room, particularly with a charcoal suit on
Hang all your hunting clothes out on a line.
Brush teeth with a baking soda toothpaste.
Beware of cooking smells, particularly bacon.
Don't use heavy scented gun or bow lubricants.
When hunting sponge down your boots daily, or purchase a pair of rubber bottom pack boots.
Pack your hunting clothes before and after your day afield in unscented plastic bags.