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Old 07-25-2006, 07:06 PM   #1
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I tried doing some searches for this. The inside of my leathers smell bad! Anyone know the best way to remove the smell or a place to take them to be cleaned.?
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Go outside and use the waterhose and some liquid soap and scrub. Let them hang and dry, then get some mink oil paste and rub it into it. They will be a little stiff the first time you get into them but they loosen quickly.

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You can keep leathers smelling somewhat better if you hang them after riding.

You can also keep them cleaner by not crapping on yourself in them when you scare the out of yourself...lol.
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Go outside and use the waterhose and some liquid soap and scrub. Let them hang and dry, then get some mink oil paste and rub it into it. They will be a little stiff the first time you get into them but they loosen quickly.

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You can keep leathers smelling somewhat better if you hang them after riding.

You can also keep them cleaner by not crapping on yourself in them when you scare the out of yourself...lol.
Ahhhhhhh that's how that $hitty smell comes about
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i've heard of people spraying Fabreeze in their suits as well.

also might want to wear something between you and the suit. i recommend underarmor
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Thanks for all the advice. Problem is, i did all that. Started out with the leathers not smelling all that bad. I decided to clean them since I had been wearing them for a year. I turned them inside out and used a gentle bruch and a liquid detergent and scrubbed the liner. I let them dry and treated the leather. The outside looks great, but the inside stinks 50x worse than when I started. I'd hate to start the process over with the same results. I used to wear underamour, but I sweat so much It doesn't really matter. So I guess it is to a professional it goes.
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i've heard of people spraying Fabreeze in their suits as well.

also might want to wear something between you and the suit. i recommend underarmor
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dainese leather cleaner and conditioner is the ...
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The outside is no problem. Inside liner is stank:icon_puke
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I like the Armoral Leather cleaner + conditioner. Works well. Helps you slide too.
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