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Old 27 Jul 2004, 11:47 pm
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Default milk in car - spoiled

someone , not saying whom, spilt milk in my gansta hamsta and now it
stinks. I need help getting the smell out. any help ??? thanks
inadvance!!
gansta hamsta 92 HB DX
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Old 28 Jul 2004, 07:57 am
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"gentolm" <gentolm@boeing.com> wrote in message
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> someone , not saying whom, spilt milk in my gansta hamsta and now it
> stinks. I need help getting the smell out. any help ??? thanks
> inadvance!!
> gansta hamsta 92 HB DX


Buy a new car ;^)


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Old 28 Jul 2004, 08:01 am
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Default Re: milk in car - spoiled

gentolm <gentolm@boeing.com> wrote in message news:<410721B7.78904789@boeing.com>...
> someone , not saying whom, spilt milk in my gansta hamsta and now it
> stinks. I need help getting the smell out. any help ??? thanks
> inadvance!!
> gansta hamsta 92 HB DX


Get ya hamsta's ova thare and giv dem sum gangsta upholsta cleana.
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Old 29 Jul 2004, 05:13 pm
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Default Re: milk in car - spoiled

In article <410721B7.78904789@boeing.com>, gentolm <gentolm@boeing.com> wrote:

> someone , not saying whom, spilt milk in my gansta hamsta and now it
> stinks. I need help getting the smell out. any help ??? thanks
> inadvance!!
> gansta hamsta 92 HB DX


Check the yellow pages under Automobiles--Automobile Detailing.
Hire them to clean your gansta hamsta. Also, please don't
use your gansta hamsta to do any drive bys. I would not want
you to end up in the slammer.

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Old 29 Jul 2004, 05:24 pm
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"Jason" <Jason@nospam.com> wrote in message
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> In article <410721B7.78904789@boeing.com>, gentolm <gentolm@boeing.com>

wrote:
>
> > someone , not saying whom, spilt milk in my gansta hamsta and now it
> > stinks. I need help getting the smell out. any help ??? thanks
> > inadvance!!
> > gansta hamsta 92 HB DX

>
> Check the yellow pages under Automobiles--Automobile Detailing.
> Hire them to clean your gansta hamsta. Also, please don't
> use your gansta hamsta to do any drive bys. I would not want
> you to end up in the slammer.
>
>
>

Same thing happened to me..

A 50 cent box of baking soda took care of the problem.
Baking

>



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Old 29 Jul 2004, 05:35 pm
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"gentolm" <gentolm@boeing.com> wrote in message
news:410721B7.78904789@boeing.com...
> someone , not saying whom, spilt milk in my gansta hamsta and now it
> stinks. I need help getting the smell out. any help ??? thanks
> inadvance!!
> gansta hamsta 92 HB DX


I had to wash the spot with carpet cleaner from Rug Doctor machine and the
put a FAN at high speed to dry the spot all night long. It worked out fine.


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Old 29 Jul 2004, 10:20 pm
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Default Re: milk in car - spoiled

I did the same .. spilled a whole pint. After 3 days of
summer heat, I could not even sit in the car for 10 sec-
onds w/ the windows up. Yep, the rug shampooer is
what I needed to do as well. I took out the seats and
did the whole carpet. Gone went the smell.

chuck

Corrlens wrote:

> "gentolm" <gentolm@boeing.com> wrote in message
> > someone, not saying whom, spilt milk in my gansta hamsta and now it
> > stinks. I need help getting the smell out. any help ??? thanks
> > inadvance!!
> > gansta hamsta 92 HB DX

>
> I had to wash the spot with carpet cleaner from Rug Doctor machine and the
> put a FAN at high speed to dry the spot all night long. It worked out fine.


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