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  1. dave m

    dave m Oakley Enthusiast

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    Not sure where this should be, can't find a sticky on it but is there anywhere that has cleaning instructions for the zip up vaults?
    TIA
     
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  2. demitri.prometheus

    demitri.prometheus Oakley Beginner

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    I would say blowing compressed air or brushing off (a fine brush, so that the threads won't get caught) dust can work. If you have one of those rocket blowers for photography, that would work as well if it's not too much dust build up.
     
  3. OakleyBoss

    OakleyBoss Moderator Staff Member Administrator

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    Yeah, I would say compressed air, and possibly a wet paper towel. If you need something more, you could try windex, but not sure what it will do to the case, so proceed at your own risk!
     
  4. dave m

    dave m Oakley Enthusiast

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    Cheers people, I tried that, baby wipes, sellotape to get rid of the hair it was covered in finally gave up and threw it in the washing machine, maybe that will make the smell go away!
     
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    dave m Oakley Enthusiast

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    Still smells, what do people do with their stuff?:eek:
     
  6. Wavecloud

    Wavecloud Oakley Expert Premium Member

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    Try a mix of water and Tea Tree oil in a diffuser. That should neutralize the smell..
     
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  7. dave m

    dave m Oakley Enthusiast

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    That is a good idea thank you.
     
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  8. Wavecloud

    Wavecloud Oakley Expert Premium Member

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    You're welcome..

    Just a light spray should do it.. Lavender or lemon oil work well too. Obviously do not get it on your lenses or it'll be curtains!