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rennos organic trap dye #6591920
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Has anybody used this stuff? Your thoughts on it ?
How bad is the residue from in when you wax over it ?

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Re: rennos organic trap dye [Re: Alwaysright] #6592041
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Any time i ever used walnut hulls or leafs for dye, i'd rinse the traps after pulling them outta it.
You can also stick it in a sock or something to keep the dingleberries off your traps.
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It may be packaged so you can just use it, i never saw his product.

Re: rennos organic trap dye [Re: Alwaysright] #6592073
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The word organic on anything trapping related automatically puts the entire brand on my do not buy list. I don't buy into BS.

Re: rennos organic trap dye [Re: warrior] #6592078
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Originally Posted by warrior
The word organic on anything trapping related automatically puts the entire brand on my do not buy list. I don't buy into BS.


I only buy it if certified organic.


THE END IS NEAR

Re: rennos organic trap dye [Re: Alwaysright] #6592118
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Certified organic is BS. Look into it.

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Originally Posted by warrior
The word organic on anything trapping related automatically puts the entire brand on my do not buy list. I don't buy into BS.


This.

You can't get much more organic than walnut hulls and sumac bark from my own back yard.

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I used it last year with a mixture of sumac tops and walnut hulls in a mesh bag used for brewing beer. Hawbakers sold a similar product years ago. I think its a much better choice than the black and brown "dye" crystals being sold.

Walnut hulls and sumac aren't always available at the time you want to dye and this is good to keep around.

I don't dye every year, though. A lot of times I just wax.

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Originally Posted by warrior
The word organic on anything trapping related automatically puts the entire brand on my do not buy list. I don't buy into BS.



^^^ I have some diet water for sale too.

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Really, anything with tannic acid should work. Just pick a plant that is native to your trapping area, and use leaves or bark or berries.


Right now Im having amnesia and dj vu at the same time. I think Ive forgotten this before.
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