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Unleaded Logic
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Re: Getting rid of "the attic smell" when collecting old games

by Unleaded Logic Sun Jul 05, 2009 10:56 pm

Ack wrote:A buddy of mine worked at a Rhino Games around 2004-2005. He said they once had an Xbox came in that, when they opened the package, you could literally see the pot smoke streaming off of it. Some folks smoke a bit too much, you know?


Sounds (smells) like my Dad's computer, any time he drops it off for issues it smells like it was lighting one up itself.
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Re: Getting rid of "the attic smell" when collecting old games

by Dub5279 Fri Jul 10, 2009 12:11 am

When I got my NES it smelled heavily of cigarette smoke. I just sprayed it with air freshener and it was fine. (I sprayed the outer casing then wiped it off immediately)
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