Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Jim Speaker, Jun 26, 2013.
In case anybody wants it, here's the link on how to wash your waders (Simms in this case);
...and from a hygienic standpoint, it's clean and refreshing...
I don't think I'll ever be thinking "clean and refreshing!" as I'm pulling my waders on... hahaha.
Thanks Stew, except for that one damn funny line, it was really informative.
FYI, the thing that the Simms website care instructions state that he didn't state is: bleach free. Bleach is the biggest no-no for goretex fabrics.
Bwahahaha... just popped the SOB with this.
Did you use Duwamish water? That stuff is awesome at taking away not necessarily the smell of cat piss, but your ability to smell in general.
Man, I never clean up any gear. I don't want to look like a newb out there fishing. I never clean up my cork on my rods. It took me long enough to get my gear to look used. As for waders, I can't remember that last time I wore them. Maybe two years ago in the Fall. I think it was cold out that day.
Next time a cat pisses on your waders put them over your head and start huffing.
Then watch "Major Boobage" South Park
http://www.google.com/search?q=south park cat piss&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&hl=en&client=safari