Cleaning blood off arrows

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  1. picman

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    How pedestrian...
     
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    Mama told me when I was young
    "Come sit beside me, my only son
    And listen closely to what I say
    And if you do this it'll help you some sunny day"
    "Oh, take your time, don't clean too fast
    Arrows will come and they will pass
    You'll find an arrow that you'll love
    And don't forget, son, theres high FOC arrows raining from up above"
     
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    Non scent field wipe, reuse!


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    Dawn dish soap and war water seem to work the best for me. Plus the coating on the Gold Tip Airstrikes that i shoot are awesome for cleaning.


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    Wash well with water then wipe with a dry towel.
     
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    Cold water and Hunters soap. Cold water clots the blood to get it out. Use an ice cube on a blood spot on you shirt and see.
     
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    I use warm water and dawn soap. then dry it with a paper towel. Always worked for me.
     
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    Soap and water and dry thoroughly.
     
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    Water..... Then I like to run then through a deer to eliminate the scent
     
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