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post #17 of Old 03-11-2011
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Originally Posted by jackdale View Post
Is the OP discussing foulies or wetsuits. Foulies can just be washed and hung. That also gets the salt out and stops some leaks.
Dammit Jack I'm a Chef not a couturier, but I would think that the micro-organisms that contribute to the foulness of rain gear might be the same ones that give neoprene its 'just-pissed-in-freshness'.

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