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I guess this is a 'tech' question.

 

I was cleaning my Saiga the other day and tipped the big bottle of hoppes 9 down the entire front of my pants.

 

The jeans/clothes have been watched 3x and the strong smell persists. How can I get rid of the smell? My wife is pissed because she got these jeans for me and they are supposed to be a name brand or something. (and it accents my buttocks)

 

On the good note, because of this accident I no longer have jock itch.

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Probably the smelliest ingredient of the 9 ingredients is amyl acetate. It is also known a "bananna oil." I checked,

there are some compatible odor solvents to try to remove the odor (no kidding!):

 

beer (soak the jeans in some beer)

apple juice (same thing, but not such a sinful waste)

and even more interesting: citronella oil

 

and an actual solvent for amyl acetate:

alcohol (actually, in Hoppes #9 is moonshine alcohol)

 

I would think any of those four liquids would be worth a try.

What a waste! If the gun shop would sell a clothing line with "gun smells" wouldn't that be attractive?

And the citronella would keep the skeeters off your brand name buttox ;) .

 

Ken

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:eek: You want to get rid of it?

 

Hell, I used to splash some on as an Aftershave when I was dating to help make sure that I attracted the right kind of woman!

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:eek: You want to get rid of it?

 

Hell, I used to splash some on as an Aftershave when I was dating to help make sure that I attracted the right kind of woman!

 

I'm with this method ;)

 

Either that or letting them "air out" for awhile

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Get a big bottle of that Australian Sweet's copper cutting ammonia gun cleaning shit and spill it all over the jeans. :eek:

 

Hell, getting a whiff of that crap usually sobers my ass right up. :blink:

 

I think I'd rather be in the room when those two chicks lance that guy's back cyst. :cryss::ded:

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I was changing oil on my truck not too long ago and managed to dip the leg of my brand new Wranglers in the pan of used oil. I didn't figure there was any way to get that out since it was soaked all the way through, so I pulled them off and put them straight in the burn barrel.

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I was changing oil on my truck not too long ago and managed to dip the leg of my brand new Wranglers in the pan of used oil. I didn't figure there was any way to get that out since it was soaked all the way through, so I pulled them off and put them straight in the burn barrel.

 

Dawn dishwashing soap will take it out.

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I was changing oil on my truck not too long ago and managed to dip the leg of my brand new Wranglers in the pan of used oil. I didn't figure there was any way to get that out since it was soaked all the way through, so I pulled them off and put them straight in the burn barrel.

 

Dawn dishwashing soap will take it out.

 

scissors work best.

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I guess this is a 'tech' question.

 

I was cleaning my Saiga the other day and tipped the big bottle of hoppes 9 down the entire front of my pants.

 

The jeans/clothes have been watched 3x and the strong smell persists. How can I get rid of the smell? My wife is pissed because she got these jeans for me and they are supposed to be a name brand or something. (and it accents my buttocks)

 

On the good note, because of this accident I no longer have jock itch.

 

A new medical mystery has been solved!!! lol

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I was changing oil on my truck not too long ago and managed to dip the leg of my brand new Wranglers in the pan of used oil. I didn't figure there was any way to get that out since it was soaked all the way through, so I pulled them off and put them straight in the burn barrel.

 

Dawn dishwashing soap will take it out.

 

scissors work best.

 

 

GoJo hand cleaner will work well

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