Don't have that problem - my safe is probably older than any of our board members! Might I suggest calling Stack-on and discussing the odor with a rep? It's likely that they've dealt with this issue before and may have a solution.
:ROFL:heavykevy said:Or just buy a case of Little Tree air freshners :lolbang:
I agree with that. Anything that you can put in there that is dry will help. You could try cat litter (absorbs smells), sawdust (in a bucket or tray), baking soda, or even coffee beans. I would go with the cat litter spread out on some plates to maximize your odor absorbing capacity.apollosmith said:Put a handful of desiccant packets in there. They might help the glue and stuff dry quicker - plus it's a good idea to have them in there with your stuff anyway.
Now you're talking my neck of the woods. It is about 25 miles to the Madison from here, or 20 miles the other direction to the Gallatin and Jefferson. Three Forks, where they all join to become the Missouri, is 30 miles. I would invite myself to join you, but I have drill this weekend in Helena.knayrb said:I'm heading up to the Madison River tomorrow to put the hurt on the spawning rainbows.