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Wildlife Research Center Scent Killer Gold Autumn Formula Clothing Spray - Dick's Sporting Goods

Wildlife Research Center Scent Killer Gold Autumn Formula Clothing Spray

Item Number: 23179596
Price: $14.99
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Eliminate your scent and add a touch of the woods with the Scent Killer® Gold® Autumn Formula® Clothing Spray. Hunt Dry® technology is designed for maximum odor control after it dries, with a specialized blend of ingredients to fight multiple odors. The Wildlife Research Center® Autumn Formula® Clothing Spray is designed to last longer, so you are prepared for your hunt days and weeks before the season starts.


  • Scent control spray that adds the subtle scent of woods and forest
  • Hunt Dry® technology designed for maximum performance after it dries
  • Effective either wet or dry
  • Specialized blend of odor eliminating ingredients to fight multiple odors
  • Special formula designed to last longer
  • Prevents new odors from forming
  • Spray onto your clothing hours, days, or weeks before the hunt
  • Size: 24 oz bottle
  • Model: 1275
  • Wildlife Research Center

Country of Origin: China

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good Product. Like the results. This product worked very well. Shot my first deer with a bow. Had 8 deer all within 10 yards of me while I was in a ground blind. November 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by killer bo killer I do construction and I spray myself Down before I hit my stand. Deer don't even now I'm 10 yards away looking down at them. November 5, 2013
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