Like most bow hunters I go to great lengths to stay scent free. The one thing that I think a lot of people may overlook is their hands after they get out of their vehicle at their hunting location. I thought I would throw out a tip on what I do. When I get out of my truck the first thing I do before changing into my hunting clothes is to wash my hands with a rag soaked in scent killer spray that I keep in a zip lock bag. I then find a patch of green grass and wash my hands with it. If there is no grass I have used any kind of weeds or even leaves. The grass leaves my hands with a fresh grass cover scent. Your hands pick up all kinds of scents from the steering wheel and everything you touch so it is very important that you clean them before you touch your hunting gear and head into the woods. I hope this may help someone out there and please feel free to add any tips you may have.