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Urine Smell: How to get rid of it on elecronics?
Urine Smell: How to get rid of it on elecronics?
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Old 22nd April 2004, 04:27 AM   #11
darren01 is offline darren01  United States
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Sorry, guys.

After much serious thought I decided to ultimately put the organ out on the curb.

I phoned a friend to come over and help move it and 4:30-ish in the morn somebody else loaded it up in the trunk and took it home with them, Jerry Lewis style.

Perhaps they will find a better use with it than I.

It was just too big and heavy of an instrument for me to deal with but what a very worthy project would it have been.

Perhaps next time.

A big "Thanks" goes out to all who offered their advise (except for the guy who suggested I **** in the organ to get rid of the urine smell).



Darren
(So long and farewell.)
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