I usually spray some lysol on my stuff and hang it up in the garage for a few days. Works well.
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keep the woodsmoke smell....keeps the vermin out during storage
Drink the vodka.... Enjoy the smell...
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I was kind of freaked out after my first campout with my hammock and TQ/UQ too, but someone on the forum suggested airing them out. Now I always just hang it outside in the sunshine and fresh air...It just goes away on its own after a day or so. Works with my Dangerbird and my underquilts.
I wouldn't take the smell out! Besides, woodsmoke smell is natural in the forest - animals are used to smelling the smoke from burned wood. I think that vodka, Fabreeze, Lysol, and other artificial smells might actually attract the curious!
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Thanks for the good ideas! I will start with the easiest, just hang the rig in the back yard and let the Texas sun and wind have a go at it. If that does not reduce the smell enough, I'll go with the Woolite for the hammock and a spray with the hose for the tarp.
I have to say I love this equipment, I was warm and toasty while the other "hanger" in our party experienced some serious cold in his rig. I'm now a bigger Warbonnet fan than before.
Again thanks for all the info, I'm about as green as you can get and its nice to have a place to get some help.
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The sun can help with some of the odor.
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