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Old 02-26-2013, 12:25 PM
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Default Re: Removing An "Unwanted" Odor from hackle...

Our home was broken into and robbed last month too,so I know what you feel...they only stole jewels and money...left all the fishing gear and didn't damage anything except a window...looks like you were less lucky than us...I think you could wash everything with water then dry all in the sun and with a hairdryer...you should find a product to destroy smells in a shop...in europe we use this:Febreze - Désodorisants textiles
test it on some hackles first
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