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    Default The smell of silage :eek:

    Thats a new one on me !

    Getting rid of bad breath is one thing but this guy believes he cant prevent the smell silage from seeping thru' his skin ! Is this for real or is he taking the proverbial ?;

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    Do people face any other similar type problems ?

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    prob true Steeve
    but i like the smell of silage
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    Silage can be nice smelling sometimes.

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    A lot of the time the smell is in your head literally, constant exposure can linger in your sinuses giving you the impression you smell but you actually don't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SR71 View Post
    Silage can be nice smelling sometimes.
    It only brings on my feckin' hayfever! Took the car for a run in the country last weekend & couldn't stop sneezing for 2 days!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by theqm View Post
    It only brings on my feckin' hayfever! Took the car for a run in the country last weekend & couldn't stop sneezing for 2 days!!
    Anti-hystemins, did you try taking them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SR71 View Post
    Anti-hystemins, did you try taking them?
    Tried everything & nothing worked,but recently tried stuff called Benadryl. Seems to be working so far, but only taking it for about a week.
    Fingers crossed it keeps working!

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    Quote Originally Posted by theqm View Post
    Tried everything & nothing worked,but recently tried stuff called Benadryl. Seems to be working so far, but only taking it for about a week.
    Fingers crossed it keeps working!
    Zirtek any good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SR71 View Post
    Zirtek any good?
    Didn't work for me. Think it depends on whats in the formula but Zirtek & Clarityn work for 2 guys I work with, yet Benadryl doesn't. Different stuff seems to work for different people, but as long as it works!
    Good thing is Tesco have them all on but one get one free, so i'm stocking up

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    Quote Originally Posted by theqm View Post
    Didn't work for me. Think it depends on whats in the formula but Zirtek & Clarityn work for 2 guys I work with, yet Benadryl doesn't. Different stuff seems to work for different people, but as long as it works!
    Good thing is Tesco have them all on but one get one free, so i'm stocking up
    Hope it holds up for you.

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