If successful in the game fields, you will sooner or later get quantities of blood on your hunting clothes, coat, and pack. As we all know, blood stains and is difficult to get out at times. This tip I learned from my grandfather who was a butcher (among other things). Presoak anything that is bloodstained in a solution of two tablespoons of Adolph's Meat Tenderizer per gallon of water for about four hours prior to laundering, and there will be no trace of blood stain remaining! This treatment is not harsh to fabrics or colors, so is a really nice trick to remember.
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