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    Congrats on bloody game bags!
    Vance in AK.

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    Sportsmans sell Sport Wash by atko. I use that after soaking a few days in cold water. Change water the next morning then after work n repeat, then I ring them out. Lay in garage floor n spray off any chunks of fat n such one side a time and then reverse the bag inside out. Then wash w double rinse cycle w sport wash. Pull em inside out n wash again. Sport wash rises clean, no residue. For high performance gear n gore Tex fabrics. If really dried blood stains can soak w sport wash in bucket. Then dry like 20 min for synthetic game bags. My wife watched me. No funky mess n no complaints from wifey at all.


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    Turn them inside out and soak in a little cold water and a bottle of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) the extra oxygen molecule will bond with the protein in the blood and lift it from the fibers. Rinse. Wash in cold. The peroxide will lift dried blood from anything. Just my nickel
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