Funk Out on the Farm?

Believe it or not, hockey and football players aren't the only ones who stink... Farmers can put up a good fight, too--especially those who work with pigs! And who knows better than the wives of farmers?

Holly Michael lives in Dayton, Ohio on a hog farm, and earlier this year she wrote about her experience using Funk Out to deal with laundry odors caused by mud and pig $&#@... Read about her full experience right here!


"I successfully added Funk-Out to two loads of Husband's funky laundry--one from our pig auction and another load that included damp farm laundry that had been sitting around for a day. Both loads produced laundry that smelled like... NOTHING. My favorite laundry smell."

UPDATE 3/18/2015:

Holly was generous to write another review on Funk-Out and how it has helped her get rid of nasty odors!

Check it out at her blog:

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It's really this easy!

Getting the awful bacterial odor out of your sports padding/shoes/laundry/etc... Just spray it on and the silver chloride in Funk Out eliminates the smell in seconds.


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The story of the hockey skates with and without Funk-Out

I went out to the garage and happened to run across a pair of my old hockey skates. Wow what a mess they were. Mold growing like whiskers in the boots of both skates. I thought this would be a good test for Funk-Out.

I filled a waste basket with about 3 gallons of water and added about an ounce of Funk-Out Laundry Deodorizer.

I dipped one skate into the mix. Sloshed it around a bit being sure I got the entire inside of the skate wet. This took maybe 20 seconds. Out of the mix came the skate. Was I surprised. The mold and what ever else that was growing in the skate was gone.
No Funk No Odor.

I then dipped my hockey gloves into the same mix. They are fresh as can be now.
No Funk No Odor. I just let the skate and gloves drip dry. People have told me they do this with their hockey pants, now I see why, it works. For sports bags, turn them inside out, dip them in the mix, let them drip dry.

Vic Shanley (inventor)
-an old time hockey player who still thinks he can compete.
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