NEW Hunter's Specialties® H.S. Camo® Blind Material - Burlap
- Versatile camo material readily conceals
- Heavy duty durable burlap
- Easily builds blinds
- Quickly covers duck boats, ATVs, and other equipment
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 22 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Dixie1962 Great camo wrap I use this to wrap around my lean to stands.. Works great.. I use ty wraps to hold and secure it to the metal bars.. October 30, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Cecil See through I bought 2 bundles of this stuff to use for deer hunting.I have shooting rails on all my ladder stands and I like to attach this stuff all the way around the rail,zip tieing it on.With that said,i would not reccomend this for this purpose.When you get it up in a tree you can se through it.It is definatly see through,I don't know if the deer can see through it good enough to make a person out or not..But its definatly see through. October 1, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by USMCShooter TOO EXPENSIVE This product tends to rot very fast. By the end of the season I find myself having to buy more to conceal my position. This is also very expensive, I buy mine at another store for ten dollars. February 25, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by VincentLouis camo made better I use a lot of camo, we have about 6 blinds set up and do not take them down. The sun, wind, rain and snow will destroy them in a year. Here is a better way. I buy cheap preservative on sale and soak the new camo in a big bucket. Be warned it will take 2-3 months of airing to get the smell out but it will leave. The trick is to sun the burlap for a few days after soaking on a fence, until the fabric is dry, then just leave it out in the rain etc. The smell will leave. This burlap will last for several years. After preserving burlap I find the wind beats it up more than the sun and rain. Without preservative you get one season the most two if you leave it out, if you are lucky. The preservative must have protection against the sun in it, most do. Oh, the burlap has to be soaking so get it well saturated, if you try and skimp with the liquid the burlap will break down earlier. I have a bucket big enough to do 3 burlaps it takes about 3 preservative gallons to do the job. I pull the burlap out one at a time and let it drip back into the bucket. When done I capture about a half gallon of preservative and store it until needed. The burlap is heavier and holds up to the wind better ... but the wind will eventually break it down. Burlap turns a little darker but final color is good for my area. Obviously, if you take the camo burlap down at the end of season ... don't bother going through this. Some preservatives leave a stronger smell and are harder to get out than others but eventually the smell will leave. I have private land so I can leave it out all year. Good luck. November 30, 2011
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Details:Can you put this in the washer/dryer with Scent-A-Way Detergent? I want to wash it so it is odorless when I use it on my homemade ground blind.
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A:I wouldn"t , soak it in a bucket of water and some scent away detergent ,let it air dry for a couple days
Details:I have a pop up blind, but when you unzip the openings, there is nothing there to help conceal you inside. Curious if it could be used as a cover for the blind openings, and slit for gun to poke thru.
A:The burlap is thick enough, that you can not see through it well enough to use as a "see through" window cover.
A:absolutely..can be used but really wouldn't see thru it like camo screening.
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