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Old 09-01-2007, 12:13 AM
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When your finished washing them, make sure you dry them.
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Old 09-01-2007, 04:16 AM
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Vodka should do the trick!!!! Drink a lot of it and laugh at how stupid you are for making your ropes smell like azz cuz you are skeered of a little salt water. Really people there is nothing wrong with salt water. It's a figment af your imagination that your peniz iz gonna fall off if you leave it in salt water too long. I just don't know how you have any fun boating at all with all the sleepless nights cuz your boat might still have a bit of brackish water in the bilge after you hosed it down enough to triple your monthly water bill. Sorry for the rant!!!!! Have a nice day!
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...how do I get the stink out?
Summer's Eve oughta do it.
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you guys "ain't" right!!!
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Old 09-01-2007, 07:24 AM
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Hunster...Rip...you guys are east coast...what the hell are you two doing up so late?

And Hunster...not so much aftraid of salt, just had a bucket of the Salt Away stuff left over so I figured WTH...

Thanks everyone! You guys crack me up...I love this place...
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This is what I was going to say. If they are really stinky, you might want to go to a coin-op facility and use their washer instead of the one at home. After they have been washed, hang them up to drip dry.

I also hang dry mine . The dryer gets pretty hot . I dont even dry my pants and shirts in the dryer.Hang dry they last longer.

My ancor rope is a Sampson white one, I wash with bleach every time it gets dirty with a little bleach,had it since 1990
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