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Old 10-09-2012, 09:44 PM   #21
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It will neutralize the funk with another funk. Also, if OP's glans is not sterile, bacterial contamination is very likely thus the chances of introducing another colonizing bacteria to another home will create more helmet funk and could overtake the current Norma flora populace of his scalp. So instead of a stinky oily scalp it'll smell like stinky d!ck.

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Lol'd and +1 on the point on bacteria


I've heard that putting it in a ziplock bag (large) and leaving it in the freezer overnight might eliminate odor as well. Freezing it kills the bacteria and smell.

But it doesn't clean the oil and grime off.
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It will neutralize the funk with another funk. Also, if OP's glans is not sterile, bacterial contamination is very likely thus the chances of introducing another colonizing bacteria to another home will create more helmet funk and could overtake the current Norma flora populace of his scalp. So instead of a stinky oily scalp it'll smell like stinky d!ck.

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ehhh cuong, how do you know what a stinky d!ck smells like?!?
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Stick it in the freezer for 3 days. it'll kill the bacteria that causes the smell. Have the freezer empty of meat and such, but i've tried it and it works.
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All those textile options seem to warm for the summer.
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All those textile options seem to warm for the summer.
http://www.cyclegear.com/eng/product...ner/web1010136

I just bought this one a few week back and tried it on the last few 90deg+ days. It didn't do as much as the Heat-Out suit (long sleeve and pants) I also bought, but the helmet liner didn't make it any worse either. The shirt and long johns wicks the sweat out and works like A/C.
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it you really cant get the smell out hand washing your pads or liner with warm soapy water you might try a light mixture of baking soda + warm soapy water and spraying the inside of the helmet, or like others have suggested febreeze works well too.
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Washing has helped previously, the smell comes out but came back within a week or so...don't want to be pulling it apart all the time for cleaning and wearing it out.
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Put baby powder on you head lol.

Wear a helmet liner and make sure you take it out after riding to air dry.
Not a bad idea. Maybe some of that gold bond cooling stuff with cornstarch would be nice. Unless it melts into my eyes...
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I read on another forum that if you put a bounce fabric conditioner sheet in your helmet before you put it on the shelf it helps. YMMV
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Short near bald hair, eh?
Do you have a dry scalp?
It's usually a stench caused by bacteria eating skin flakes then dying and rotting , similar to stinking feet.
If you can stop the skin flaking off your noggin,it'll help a lot.
Try to get some sunshine into your helmet, a U.V light helps too.
If the liner comes out, wash and then dry it in the sun.
Use a silk or merino wool beanie/liner, not synthetic and wash it often.
Wash your hair with an anti dandruff/anti fungal shampoo daily.

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Buy a fresh newspaper, ball up and stuff pages in to the helmet until full, leave overnight or for a couple of day, smell will be neutralized...
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