De-Skunking Your Pet
Forget tomato juice!! Chemists have developed new and better recipes to de-skunk a pet. Listed below are two new recipes that can be used instead of the traditional tomato juice.
Paul Krebaum of Lisle, IL was using a hydrogen peroxide solution to clean the odor from sulfur containing gases. When a colleague's cat was perfumed by a skunk, Krebaum suggested the following recipe:
Warning: Don't make this concoction ahead of time. It produces oxygen and will blow up in a closed container.
Rub into the hair, then rinse with plenty of tap water. Discard the leftover solution. If it is a longhaired dog, you need to get the solution into the hair and down to the skin.
Henry Hastie of Oneonta, NY who is a retired chemist suggest the following recipe:
Rub into the hair. Rinse with plenty of tap water.
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