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EZRDRZ

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"RE: D7000 ODOR"

EZRDRZ Registered since 20th Jan 2013
Mon 06-May-13 11:46 AM


>My concern for using those products would be 1) leaving the
>rubber slippery--not good for a camera grip, and 2) possible
>softening of the adhesive under the rubber.

Obviously I would have thought that anybody would NOT use as much to cause this (slipperyness/loosening adhesive. Just enought to cleanse the odor to a degree. A little goes a long way



>While baking soda will absorb odors in the air, I'm not sure
>it will "pull" odors off of surfaces to which they
>have adhered. Won't hurt to try, at least.

Most people use it in dirty smelly fridges for example? Not sure what you mean by "in the air"...if its in the air its because its on something... If you leave an open bowl of baking soda in a container thats closed it (the baking soda in the bowl) obsorbs the smell from within that container.

>
>As a last resort, attach the camera to the top of your car and
>go through an automatic car wash a couple times. Or, take up
>smoking.

???

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