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#1 Medic3166

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Posted 06 September 2013 - 01:35 AM

FNG error here...

Refueling our BK last night and the fat pig decided to spit up a little bit. Any tips on getting the smell of Jet-A out of a flight suit? I wasn't able to see into the neck as well with the crappy backup flashlight I was using, and since it was a hot-fuel I couldn't hear it bubbling up... It was just a little spash on the cuff of my pant leg, but after two washes (not dried yet) it still reeks.
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#2 Jwade

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Posted 30 October 2013 - 02:58 AM

FNG error here...

Refueling our BK last night and the fat pig decided to spit up a little bit. Any tips on getting the smell of Jet-A out of a flight suit? I wasn't able to see into the neck as well with the crappy backup flashlight I was using, and since it was a hot-fuel I couldn't hear it bubbling up... It was just a little spash on the cuff of my pant leg, but after two washes (not dried yet) it still reeks.



Google the concoction VETS use to dispel the smell of a skunk spray in dogs and cats. That might work.
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