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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-14-2016, 11:24 PM Thread Starter
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-15-2016, 04:19 AM
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That's funny, they went through the trouble of making it "Grape Scented"..
Then you read down further in the CAUTION section "AVOID BREATHING VAPOR"

I guess anyone stupid enough to huff off of this stuff, isn't going to be reading that anyway right..lol







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In my theory you'd be likely to smell the extreme grape odor if you even have a tiny leak. Over burning hair smell.
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In my theory you'd be likely to smell the extreme grape odor if you even have a tiny leak. Over burning hair smell.
My addendum to that theory is automatic puddle cleanup by attracted neighborhood pests, with the double benefit being the culling of neighborhood pests

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I'm one of those guys who is sensitive to grape scented stuff, it makes me gag. Worst is black and mild wine flavored, i gag near them like no tomorrow. So, smelling that would be a huge clue to me.
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If you can smell anything over diff fluid, something's wrong, lol.

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If you can smell anything over diff fluid, something's wrong, lol.

Yuk.
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