How To Get Campfire Smell Out Of Clothes

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Sitting around campfire instantly transports you into a state of nostalgia.

The unique aroma, the dancing flames, the tangible warmth, and that guy who only knows one song on the guitar (you know who I am talking about); a wave of serenity floods over you.

Yet, after time passes, the smell of the smoky, wood-burning fire lingers (I love the scent of campfire as much as the next person, but only when it’s fresh). When the noxious fumes latch on to you for more than a day, it can lead to an obnoxious headache.

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How To Clean A Stinky Tent

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After a stressful week at work, it’s finally time to take a break from reality by breathing in the fresh camping air.

You start to pack your gear: the food, the clothes, the sleeping bag - hmmm - what else to grab? Oh yeah, the tent.

But, as soon as you get within noseshot of the shelter, your nostrils are stung by a pungent odor that could make an overcrowded morgue smell like fresh wildflowers.

Is that… is that honestly your tent?

Unfortunately, probably so.

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How to Find a Leak in an Air Mattress (and Fix It)

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Unless you want to sleep rolling around on the rock-hard forest floor, you’re probably going to be using an air mattress in the great outdoors.

There's endless choice to what kind of bed you want in your wilderness mansion. From a luxurious queen-sized blow up bed to a backpack-friendly one-person pad. Regardless of what you choose though, your peaceful dreams might be crushed by one small detail: a leak.

Even the tiniest tear can turn your comfy wilderness bed into a lifeless, uninviting lump. It's inevitable that you'll run into this situation at some point, but don't worry - most air mattress leaks can be fixed.

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