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So tonight I decided to do some laundry, when my wife came into the room asking why the house smelled so bad. It turns out I left a Spike-it marker in my pocket and it opened while in the washing machine. I am now running it through again, hoping to get the smell out.

Has anyone else ever done this?

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Good luck getting the smell out of your clothes anytime soon.

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Bahahahah ! 

 

Once, I gotten a package from tacklewarehouse. I opened the box and looked at this Power team lure hog tonic attraction that I just ordered. I open the bottle and took a whiff.  "Geez, It smells good" and took two "little" spray in the house. 

 

Lets say that wife wasn't really happy about it cuz it skunked the house for a while :)

 

"but I thought it was like perfume ...it would go away in a few hours" 

 

I was really thrown into the doghouse....

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8 minutes ago, Burke said:

Bahahahah ! 

 

Once, I gotten a package from tacklewarehouse. I opened the box and looked at this Power team lure hog tonic attraction that I just ordered. I open the bottle and took a whiff.  "Geez, It smells good" and took two "little" spray in the house. 

 

Lets say that wife wasn't really happy about it cuz it skunked the house for a while :)

 

"but I thought it was like perfume ...it would go away in a few hours" 

 

I was really thrown into the doghouse....

that hog tonic is strong stuff

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Add a cup of vinegar to the wash.  That should take care of the smell. I won't comment on the stupidity because of the glass house thing.

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21 minutes ago, papajoe222 said:

Add a cup of vinegar to the wash.  That should take care of the smell. I won't comment on the stupidity because of the glass house thing.

My wife uses vinegar as the cure all in my house also.  Will change the smell for one not quite as bad and will last about a week.  Never tried it in clothes but it works wonders for dog pee.

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1 hour ago, papajoe222 said:

Add a cup of vinegar to the wash.  That should take care of the smell. I won't comment on the stupidity because of the glass house thing.

 

I'll have to give that a try. 

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Do the vinegar and let them air dry outside in the sun.  

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I'll tell   you what my wife always tells me .  "Way to go ' Slicko ."

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White vinegar is awesome for many things

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If any of her clothes were in the machine with your shirt,  just give her your cc and say "here honey, go have some fun".....Problem solved ;)

 

 

 

 

 

Mike 

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Once upon a time, my father gave me some great advice. He said "Son, If you're gonna be dumb, you've got to be tough." While what I did before that isn't very important right now, it has proved to be quite useful in several situations.

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Just remind her no one is perfect ! Like those pork chops she burnt the other night ! 

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I say well done. You'll never have to do laundry again.

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9 hours ago, scaleface said:

I'll tell   you what my wife always tells me .  "Way to go ' Slicko ."

"No, no honey.....its 'senko'."

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 You think that's bad?.Just try leaving the FREEZER DOOR ajar for 9 days while on vacation.All my bait ,dead shrimp,and frozen fish,squirrels and such all thawing out.O yeah the relationship grew that year!!?

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Be careful, she'll remind you of the steaks you "overgrilled" while checking the status of the battery charger!

 

Don't ask me how I know!

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On June 14, 2017 at 11:57 AM, Yeajray231 said:

Just remind her no one is perfect ! Like those pork chops she burnt the other night ! 

Yeah, that will work. :wacko:

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just remember marriage is a two way street, I try to go the same way my wife goes, less head-on wrecks that way ;) and if you follow behind , you can always take a right or left and even a U turn :lol:

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That's your fault for attempting laundry, not sure I know how to turn ours on.  With that said no ones perfect, I am sure she won't hold a grudge for too long. 

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Agree with the vinegar,  add some baking soda too,  the combination should help.

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White vinager in the wash and buy a ozone generator the type used on hunting clothes and it will remove the smell from the house.

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I thought I got in trouble washing my new sunglass clipons.  You are in it

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