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Head odor

For all thoses who have trouble with the head constantly smelling, we discovered a product that virtually eliminates the odor. It's called "The Gonzo Odor Eliminator. You just hang it in the head and after 4 to 8 hours, no odor. Cost $5. It is supposed to last for 8 to 19 months then you just rejuvenate it by putting it in direct sunlight for 6 hours and your good for another 8 months.
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EBS,

Not that my head stinks, er, hmm, but where did you get it?? I would give that a shot? It really works? Tropics?
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my head smelled quite a lot so I used HEAD and SHOULDERS, and now wow, also no dandruff.

I will however try your recommendation....if you tell me where to buy it, traveling soon to the US!!!
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My s**t doesn't stink either Giu.
I bought it at a small hardware store, Arco Harware, in Brunswick Georgia. Gonzo have a website: http://www.gonzocorp.com/odor.htm where you can order direct.
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Does it look like one of those little pine trees??? Do you have to install a rear view mirror to hang it from??? (Could be scarry in the head!)
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my aunt Mathilda's head also smelles a lot, so when are sailing we make her use a plastic bag in her hair.

The amount of dead fish around here decreases also.

here is aunt mathilda, she is inbound to meet T and his lake!!




My question is does it have to be a regular rear view mirror or can I just hook the pine tree in the door knob???

By the way we don't have door knobs.
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It doesn't mask the odor it like a pine tree deodorizor, eliminates it. It is supposed to be hung so a rearview mirror might help or you could hang it around your Aunt Mathildas neck G
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It doesn't mask the odor it like a pine tree deodorizor, eliminates it. It is supposed to be hung so a rearview mirror might help or you could hang it around your Aunt Mathildas neck G
What about in her galsses???

Gotta go sleep, too late!!!! comeback tomorrow for some more fun!!
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Try using vinegar in the head (toilet, not your Aunt) at least once a month and that will help keep the odours away.
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She drinks vinegar all day long, and still smell bad....the aunt.....
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