Made in America from the Industry Leader company ‘Atsko’ – Quality product since 1933.
U-V-Killer blocks ultraviolet reflection and luminescence.
For all fabric, camouflage, and blaze orange.
One bottle will treat two sets of hunting clothes.
It has been proven that animals and birds have sensitivity to ultraviolet light and the 438nm short-blue wavelengths that humans are blind to.
U-V-Killer absorbs U-V wavelengths and thereby eliminates the blue glow caused by fabric dyes and detergents that contain U-V brighteners.
Makes your camouflage almost invisible to the keen eyes of deer and other game.
You need to first wash new or soiled garments in Sport-Wash (product CLICK HERE).
Then spray on U-V-Killer.
One application keeps you hidden from your prey.
U-V-Killer absorbs the ultraviolet light and literally kills the blue-white glow which animals and birds so easily see on untreated garments.
For a better chance at all wild game, treat your camouflage and blaze orange with U-V-Killer.
It should be noted that a single washing in commercial detergents or fabric softeners will (while not removing the treatment) render the U-V-Killer useless by depositing new brightener dyes.
Always wash treated clothes in Sport-Wash.
UV KILLER APPLICATION
Important: First wash garment in Sport-Wash. Scent-Free Sport-Wash rinses 100% removing all traces of old soap residue, grease, oil, dirt, and sizing that would prevent U-V-Killer from forming a bond with the fabric. Other soaps do not rinse out and they leave behind residue. Sport-Wash is safe for all fabrics and dyes.
Spray Dry Garments. Spray till surface is covered. Imagine you are applying a color and don’t want the former color to show thru. Brushing with a small brush will make coverage more uniform. A ultraviolet (UV) light can reveal “missed” spots even while U-V-Killer is still wet. U-V-Killer extends the life of fabric five times from sun rot.
Fleeced or Insulated Garments. Extra care is required. You need to apply only a thin invisible coating. Spray a small area at a time. Use small stiff brush to raise froth on surface. Froth or foam bubbles keep the UV absorbing dye out on the visible surface while it dries. (This prevents the dye from soaking deep into the fabric where it will have no optical value). Deep soaking not only wastes U-V-Killer but will cause stiffness in heavy fabrics.
You may check the effectiveness and completeness of your application with a fluorescent black light. The bulb should appear dark VIOLET when not lit and will be labeled “BLB”. These are often used in bug zappers and we have a battery powered pocket unit available. Most paper contains UV brighteners and you can spray a spot to see how it will darken where U-V-Killer is applied.
All Fluorescent Orange has UV-Brighteners and most of it is water repellent. We have enhanced the wetting power of U-V-Killer for easier, more permanent application on Blaze Orange and other water repellent fabrics. You can be safe, legal, and successful.
Treated garments may be worn when completely dry, but 72 hours of adequate ventilation is required for the bond to reach full durability and for the garment to be scent free. Re-washing, waterproofing, and cover scent applications should be delayed for this 72 hours. The U-V-Killer treatment is designed to be permanent, and on most fabrics it will endure for the life of the garment.
A single washing in commercial detergents, fabric softeners, and or “Color Safe” bleach (while not removing the treatment) will render the U-V-Killer useless by depositing new brightener dyes on top of it.
Always wash a load of non-hunting clothes in Sport-Wash prior to washing your treated camo & blaze orange in order to remove residual brighteners from your washer and dryer. It is recommended that you confirm the absence of brighteners each season using a UV light.
## Manufacturers Atsko Code ## 1341 ##
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