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Old 16-09-2013, 06:54   #16
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pirate Re: Seawater in Mattresses?

Originally Posted by Seaworthy Lass View Post
OK, so my budget is not really tight, but I somehow don't think Dockhead's is either .

Cruising full time I put up with lots on board, but sleeping on something even faintly smelly is not one thing I would want to learn to tolerate, particularly given the problem can be fixed relatively easy and without too much expense.
Not being funny honest... well I was... but no bad meant...
I'm pretty fussy about smells as well... especially as I do not use pillows when sleeping so a nasty niff hits a lot quicker..
Being a smaller boat sailor I see a bit of green water over the cabin so my seaberths get soused more than most and what I do works well enough for me..
Dockhead... if you want to make really sure.. once they're apparently dry shut them in with a de humidifier for 24hrs...
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