D.I.Y. Camo

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  1. Dave Mullins

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    Very cool. Just might have to try that.
     
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    in theory it would work, in reality every buck in a quarter mile could smell your spraypaint
     
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    Very cool. I love DIY projects.
     
  5. Dave Mullins

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    I don't know what experience you having using such a garment.
    My personal, firsthand experience has been it's never been an issue
    With deer. After it has been properly cured. Thanks for watching the
    Video. Best of luck this season.
     
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    Thanks Dave. Does the paint make the garment stiff? How many washes to you get out of a garment before its to faded?
     
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    This was my question as well....
     
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    Initially the garment is a bit stiff. However, it softened up to normal
    After a few washes. The shirt I was wearing feels/moves like a normal
    Shirt.
    The shirt I'm wearing I'm at the end of the video, is 12 years old. It
    Has faded very little. The keys are spray it heavy & let it dry really well.
     
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