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Rub your hands with salt and lemon juice to remove fish odors.

Some of the products most recommended by both taxidermists and fish house workers are the following products:

    • New Dawn dish liquid, antibacterial formula (note: it is not the antibacterial formula itself - it is this particular soap and its scent that works)

    • Orange GoJo (available at Wal-mart, etc.)

    • Murphy's Oil Soap

    • Epo-Grip Hand Sanitizer (approved by the USDA for food handlers)

    • (Also mentioned: ginger; soy bean paste; milk; rice wine)

More: Email from a site visitor:
For years my wife had to use a bed side potty chair. During her Chemo treatments the chair would get quite bad. I found that "OdoBan" would clean the chair and completely do away with the odor, not just cover it up but do away with it. I also raise Labs and it does away with all of the smells. OdoBan can be bought at "Sam' s Club" for under $10 for a gallon. It does go a long way. H.




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