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  1. Lol. Well I got the sandpaper...
  2. I just let mine sit in bleach for 48 hours and its outside airing out right now. Not sure if it worked yet...
  3. Interesting, I may just give this a shot when I am bored one day. What about sealing the inside of the cooler with a plastic finish or something? Would that "lock in the smell"?
  4. This seems to be the case. I've heard citric acid makes the amines become soluble. Maybe that is something to try? Just very frustrating that a outdoors/fishing cooler could get ruined from... fish. Lol How would I go about this? With plain sand paper?
  5. I have a plastic Yeti cooler that has a really bad, lasting smell from dead fish and bait that got left in there for too long. The smell is extremely hard to remove, I’ve tried ozone generator, bleach, baking soda, vinegar, etc. These seemed to help a little bit but the smell always comes back. Seems like the smell has seeped into the pours, so I need to somehow get it out of that. Is anybody able to tell me what’s going on here from a chemistry standpoint and is there any hope for salvaging this or should I just pitch and get a new one? (I’d really like to try any route possible
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