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Old 05-10-2005, 10:27 PM   #11
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well it'* definantly gotten cheaper since I bought the stuff last I guess....Dang.....Last time I bought some was in Dec or Jan and it was 22 bux for 2 bottles I think.
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It'* easy. The hardest part is dealing with the smell of the old oil.
Good words of wisdom there. Do not get the old on your clothes or anything, you will not get the smell out.

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What exactly does it smell like? It can't smell bad can it? I don't think it matters anyway, I don't have any nice clothes and I can't smell anything
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What exactly does it smell like? It can't smell bad can it?
It smells like a waste water treatment plant and sour milk mixed together with a little rotting animial thrown in for the hell of it. It stinks, I mean really stinks. I inspect vacant crack houses that have been sealed up for months with trash and unflushed toilets and it smells worse than that.
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It'* easy. The hardest part is dealing with the smell of the old oil.
Good words of wisdom there. Do not get the old on your clothes or anything, you will not get the smell out.

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What exactly does it smell like? It can't smell bad can it? I don't think it matters anyway, I don't have any nice clothes and I can't smell anything
Well, even if you can't smell I would not suggest getting it on your hands etc...your GF will not be pleased! BTW, it'* made from animal products, if I had to describe the smell I'd say a cross between stinky cheese, toe jam and a rotting corpse.

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