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    I have used the coffee trick and found it works pretty well.

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    Thanks one and all.I have the leather on my front porch airing out.It gets direct sunlight for about 6 hours.If that fails I'll try dryer sheets and then coffee.

    Mike

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    Have you tried pure lemon juice, then some rubbing alcohol?

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    I've given up on trying to get the stink out of old leather. I tend to just get rid of the stuff because (IMO) its a breeding ground for fungal infestations. The only leather goods I will keep are branded items such as Leica or other quality name, then I still dont use the stuff, I display it seperately from the cameras and lenses.
    Rick A
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