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Last Post 04 Dec 2009 07:45 PM by metamorahunter. 2 Replies.
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28 Sep 2009 11:53 PM  
I recently purchased some scent blocker and wanted to wash them.  The clothes say to use Scent Blocker detergent, but I was curious if anyone else had ever tried other detergents and had success.  I don't want to buy new stuff if I don't have to.  Thanks!!
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03 Dec 2009 11:26 PM  

I use other scent killer stuff to wash my clothes and have had no problems. But you have to put that Scent-Lok stuff in the dryer to activate it.

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04 Dec 2009 07:45 PM  
Posted By maineguide on 12/03/2009 5:26 PM

I use other scent killer stuff to wash my clothes and have had no problems. But you have to put that Scent-Lok stuff in the dryer to activate it.


I hate to rain on your parade, but it is a scientific fact that to reactivate carbon you have to get it to about 1500 degrees.  Now I don't know what kind of dryer you have, but...
 

This is why scent loc clothing is a waste of money.  Do some research on the internet and you will quickly see that it is absolutely impossible to reactivate the suits once they become saturated. 

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