Well, I think they do to an extent. I do not believe though that any scent killer product can truly get rid of all human scent. A little cover scent, and using the wind to your advantage, and I think you are fine. Heck, I have even used diluted apple cider on occasion when hunting in an apple orchard, or if I forgot that, I would take an apple andcut it open, then rub it on my hat, shoulders, pants, etc. Seemed to work for me. Heck, no deer that is downwind of you in 20 mph winds is gonna stick around too long, scent killer or not.
I always shower with scent killer body wash, use scent killer and a cover scent and then hunt downwind of the deer. Does the scent killer work? Dunno for sure, but the entire program seems to do the job.
In the darkness, the hunter stumbles through the underbrush, making noise and leaving his scent seemingly EVERYWHERE!
Daylight will be here in 30 minutes and he wanted to be in the stand an hour before daylight.
"I know I left that stand RIGHT in this area last night," he mutters under his breath, "but where is it now?"
He traipses back and forth in a zig zag pattern, getting himself overheated and sweaty, but never finding the stand he left there the previous evening – and eventually sits on a...