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In a hurry this morning, spilled almost an entire bottle of spike-it chartreuse dye in my garage.  All over my tackle storage, one of my rods/reels, my garage floor.  You know that icey feeling you get when it quickly saturates your skin?  I went to work with a glowing yellow hand and a strong smell of pizza shop.

My wife refuses to park her car in the garage because the smell is so strong!

On the plus side, it seems to be keeping the vampires away.

 

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11 minutes ago, flyingmonkie said:

In a hurry this morning, spilled almost an entire bottle of spike-it chartreuse dye in my garage.  All over my tackle storage, one of my rods/reels, my garage floor.  You know that icey feeling you get when it quickly saturates your skin?  I went to work with a glowing yellow hand and a strong smell of pizza shop.

My wife refuses to park her car in the garage because the smell is so strong!

On the plus side, it seems to be keeping the vampires away.

 

I was talking to a guy on here about that happening. Please tell me its the "Magic"?

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You may want to put up some barriers to keep out the swarms of hungry bass, pike, catfish, snakeheads, etc., that are bound to soon show up at the garage door, attracted by the attractive attractant. If they do get in, have some nets, ice bags, filleting knives, a frying pan, and the freezer ready!

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:mellow:

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Be careful the squirrels and rodents don't get into it, you might have some mutant glowing mouthed animals running around. It'd look pretty cool! lol!

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Way to go , Slicko .  

 

Thats what my wife always  tells me .

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You have my deepest Sympathy ~

But better you than me -

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A-Jay

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2 hours ago, The Young Gun said:

Be careful the squirrels and rodents don't get into it, you might have some mutant glowing mouthed animals running around. It'd look pretty cool! lol!

If you find any of these mutant glowing mouthed critters take pics cause nobody is gonna believe ya.

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Pictures or none of this happened.  It'll help us have "sympathy".

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I spilled chartreuse  JJ's all over my hand about three weeks ago. Use a mix of of rubbing alcohol, dawn dish soap, and hand sanitizer. It's not going to come out all at once so you are going to have to spend anywhere from 30 min to an hour getting it out.

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I spilled a bottle of bait mate garlic scent in my hatch back and on the rear bumper. Not only did my car smell like a Italian salad all week I attracted a bear one night. I'm not sure if I'd rather be yellow or have a big furry pet. Either way it wasn't good.

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23 minutes ago, Jon G said:

I spilled chartreuse  JJ's all over my hand about three weeks ago. Use a mix of of rubbing alcohol, dawn dish soap, and hand sanitizer. It's not going to come out all at once so you are going to have to spend anywhere from 30 min to an hour getting it out.

try a mitre saw..

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1 hour ago, bigbill said:

I spilled a bottle of bait mate garlic scent in my hatch back and on the rear bumper. Not only did my car smell like a Italian salad all week I attracted a bear one night. I'm not sure if I'd rather be yellow or have a big furry pet. Either way it wasn't good.

I hear bigfoot really digs some JJ's

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5 hours ago, scaleface said:

Way to go , Slicko .  

 

Thats what my wife always  tells me .

I like this.  My wife wasn't so clever. :)

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at least you wasn't in the boat!

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On July 30, 2016 at 0:18 PM, Senko lover said:

I hear bigfoot really digs some JJ's

Every time I cook my world famous bacon cheeseburgers my big furry freind shows up hollowing. The intense screams I'd nothing I ever heard.

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I splashed some Gulp juice in my mouth once.  It was so bad that I hiked back to my car and drove to buy a toothbrush and paste.  Even then I swear it lingered for a day.  

 

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17 minutes ago, Bunnielab said:

I splashed some Gulp juice in my mouth once.  It was so bad that I hiked back to my car and drove to buy a toothbrush and paste.  Even then I swear it lingered for a day.  

 

:laughing6::laughing6:

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Not a fishing story, but a similar experience.

Back in college I used to deliver for a sandwich shop.  One night my manager sent me to the downtown store to pick up more French Onion soup.  I set the 5-gallon bucket in the back of my hatchback and headed back.  Being 20 years old, with a small, quick car, of course I drove like an idiot.  I was making a hard stop at a stop sign when I heard a muffled "THUNK!" behind me.  The bucket had fallen over, knocking the lid off, and dumping 5 gallons of onion soup into my trunk.  The next day my friend rode 1/2 a mile with his head hanging out the passenger window, because the smell was so strong.  Two separate professional cleanings and about 4 gallons of Febreze made absolutely no difference.  Finally I had to rip out every last bit of carpet from my trunk and backseat.  And even then I could still smell onions whenever it was humid or rainy.

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must have been some odd moon or something man!!  i did the EXACT SAME THING on saturday.  spilled in the garage, chartreuse, etc. etc. etc.  the smell has since dissipated, but hasn't gone away entirely.  i also have a neon green radioactive looking spot on my garage floor now!

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On 7/30/2016 at 11:18 AM, Senko lover said:

I hear bigfoot really digs some JJ's

After reading through a few posts I knew bigfoot would come up somewhere. B)

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Spilled half a bottle of Spike-it this morning on me and my boat.  I expect no sympathy

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10 hours ago, Jaderose said:

Spilled half a bottle of Spike-it this morning on me and my boat.  I expect no sympathy

I spilled a bottle of that stuff in my tackle box once, and it has reeked of garlic since then.  It also melted a bunch of my lures, I didn't know it would do that.  Also, good luck getting the garlic smell and sickly yellow coloring from your hands and clothes, I had to throw away my clothes when I did that, and smelled like garlic for weeks.  Plus my hands looked like they had something seriously wrong with them, I got some weird looks for a bit.

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Hmm. Maybe try to think of it as an Italian kitchen!

Garlic butter bread, garlic flavored lasagna, spaghetti, 
linguini, and so on.

Here, tell your wife you're taking her to a fancy Italian
restaurant, but blindfold her and drive her around the 
neighborhood for about 20 minutes.

During that time, have your buddies pick up some 
Italian take out and set it up as an elegant meal in your
garage.

Get your wife seated, and only then, after the wondrous
garlic smells hit her nose unblindfold her to a delightful
dinner.

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Down side, that really stinks! Up side, with your wife not parking in the garage there is more room for tackle!

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