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Offline MAN OF BLUES

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Re: Smelly Gear
« Reply #25 on: September 05, 2018, 09:43:38 pm »
They make inexpensive ozone generators that you put your clothing in a closet. My friends use them on hockey gear and swear that it works.
I have offroad gear that it says I cannot wash that stinkc and I was thinking of buying one. Cabelas  sells a couple of models

 :D :D :D

now THAT is funny.... Non washable OFFROAD gear....


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priceless..

I'm thinking an old fan from the Goodwill store, a really old one, that 'sparks' when you turn it on, will work better...and create more "Ozone"...
(Applicable Space: 0.5-3 square meters ??  I always thought area was in 'cubic meters')

but, we do need to replenish that dog gone Ozone layer we have destroyed...   :great: :great: :great: :great: :great: :great:
find an old Waring Blender, or even an old Electrolux XX vacume cleaner, stick them in the closet, mix up a batch of Margherita's, and leave the motors run for 3 minutes.  you'll have more OZONE than you could produce in a month, with a USB Ozone maker....  :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :beerchug: :beerchug: :beerchug:
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Re: Smelly Gear
« Reply #26 on: September 05, 2018, 10:42:49 pm »
LOL I now right.. makes no sense.. it is this stuff.. $250 and  Do not wash or dry clean..  I dont know how to get the funk out
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Re: Smelly Gear
« Reply #27 on: September 06, 2018, 11:18:24 am »
Quote from: Daytona_Mike link=topic=74721.msg647950#msg647950 ...

(Applicable Space: 0.5-3 square meters ??  I always thought area was in 'cubic
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IIRC. Area is in square feet (meters/yards etc). Volume is in cubic feet (meters/yards etc).
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Re: Smelly Gear
« Reply #28 on: September 06, 2018, 05:07:48 pm »
Quote from: Daytona_Mike link=topic=74721.msg647950#msg647950 ...

(Applicable Space: 0.5-3 square meters ??  I always thought area was in 'cubic
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IIRC. Area is in square feet (meters/yards etc). Volume is in cubic feet (meters/yards etc).
Square footage area cubic feet volume  :)
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Re: Smelly Gear
« Reply #29 on: September 06, 2018, 07:36:37 pm »
LOL I now right.. makes no sense.. it is this stuff.. $250 and  Do not wash or dry clean..  I dont know how to get the funk out
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nice looking gear...
but they advertise it and say....
"Removable impact foam for easy washing"

hey, be careful if you go "OZONE" method, you do realize Ozone rapidly degrades rubber and foam products...
 :))

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ozone_cracking

seriously tho, I was amazed at just how fast it can break down some foams, just like the foam used in the pads in riding gear (like my Stich)....
I had a bunch of 'remnant' scraps of 1/2", and 3/4" thick sheet materials, which I used for various projects ( I did have a bunch of material, which was free...), and made 'kneeling pads', for use when working on bikes,  and other padded things like on my Bike trunk as a backrest for Momma...
I had an 8x10 sheet in the garage I set my bench grinder on, and another one I set my belt/disc sander on, to keep them from moving around during use... both of those pads totally disintegrated into powder within a year... really surprised me how fast they broke down. Nice foam tho... I saved a lot to use if I wanted to make replacement pads for the Stich, and even made a nice thick (3/4" with a 'hard shell' outer from a drywall bucket plastic, laminated to it using 3M double stick trim tape) back protector, and custom sewn "sock/pouch" that fits and attaches via velcro to my Stich.. Only use it during colder months tho, as it blocks all the cooling of the rear zipper venting on the Stich.
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