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post #8536 of 10875
Thanks. I've tried that hang outside trick... didn't do much. I'll give Febreeze a try
post #8537 of 10875
Try putting in plastic dry cleaning bag taped shut with baking soda at bottom (on a hanger obviously without touching the stuff at the bottom). You could also substitute with charcoal or coffee grounds in a pinch (will smell like coffee though). That's my standard solution to cigarette smell on clothes.
post #8538 of 10875
coffee smell > cigarette smell
post #8539 of 10875
i'd prefer have my leather jacket have a blend of tobacco/cigarette and coffee smell.
post #8540 of 10875
Take a large plastic tub, one that has a lid on it. Open tub. Place jacket inside, and sprinkle generously with this: http://www.amazon.com/Marineland-PA0373-Activated-40-Ounce-1134-Gram/dp/B0002566WY/ref=sr_1_1?s=pet-supplies&ie=UTF8&qid=1378331807&sr=1-1&keywords=activated+carbon

Put lid on, and seal with tape. Leave for 1 week, in dark, dry area. Open tub, enjoy smell-free jacket.
post #8541 of 10875
you can also try inching each part of the jacket up your asshole until it both smells earthy and has a nice umber hue
post #8542 of 10875
god bless you kunk
post #8543 of 10875
the kunk leather re-dying process
post #8544 of 10875
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

Take a large plastic tub, one that has a lid on it. Open tub. Place jacket inside, and sprinkle generously with this: http://www.amazon.com/Marineland-PA0373-Activated-40-Ounce-1134-Gram/dp/B0002566WY/ref=sr_1_1?s=pet-supplies&ie=UTF8&qid=1378331807&sr=1-1&keywords=activated+carbon

Put lid on, and seal with tape. Leave for 1 week, in dark, dry area. Open tub, enjoy smell-free jacket.

this thing works fine on cashmere/wool knit with strange smell?
post #8545 of 10875
Probably, but now that I think about it I think kunk's idea is the best.
post #8546 of 10875

I'm interested in purchasing my first Rick Owens leather jacket, specifically the SS13 Bauhaus in a size 50. I usually wear a size medium in jackets for a slim fit and I'm wondering what type of fit the size 50 would give me. I don't have any stores that carry Rick Owens where I live so I can't try it on. 

 

It would be great if any members that wear a size 50 in Rick Owens leathers could provide me some fit pics, specifically in the Bauhaus jacket. 

 

In addition what is the general rule when purchasing Rick Owens pieces? I've heard to size up by some and some say true to size. What is everyones experience with the Bauhaus?

post #8547 of 10875
the baushaus the last 2 seasons fits a size small
post #8548 of 10875
Quote:
Originally Posted by thekunk07 View Post

you can also try inching each part of the jacket up your asshole until it both smells earthy and has a nice umber hue

I hope the Kunk doesn't do this to all his jackets.
post #8549 of 10875
only the ones i sell.
post #8550 of 10875
Thanks guys. I'm going to give the charcoal idea a try. I'll let you know how it turns out.
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