Smoke or Ozone product

Discussion in 'Bowhunting Talk' started by jcz, Oct 4, 2016.

  1. jcz

    jcz Weekend Warrior

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    Who here smokes there gear and how are your results over using ozone products? Pro's and Con's?
     
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    meatseeker Weekend Warrior

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    I'd love to know. Ozone seems a bit gimmicky to me, or at least way out of my price range. I'm really interested in this smoke stuff b/c I am also a beekeeper and already have a smoker. If smoking works, I could save a lot of money. It's funny though, b/c after working the bees I'd come home with my clothes smelling like a lot of smoke. So it's hard to imagine how that smell is good for deer, but some folks swear by it. I am just nervous to try it ;0
     
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    Sota Legendary Woodsman

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    I used to smoke my camo and hang around the smoke before I headed out, I worked fire for years did did 14 day details often wearing the same outer wear and smoke does absorb odor. I use ozone now, not ever in a tree but to pretreat my gear and clothes.
     

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