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Thread: Getting rid of unused and partially used bottles of aftershave?

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    I have two bottles of Aqua Velva Ice Sport. I hate the smell. What's the best way to get rid of it other than pouring it down the sink or throwing it in the trash?

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    Give it away or sell it on the BST.
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    I don't seem to have permission to post stuff on BST (not yet maybe), I will need to read the instructions. Thanks for the tip.

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    The trash is the best option :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by seattleshaver View Post
    The trash is the best option :)
    Ya... AV Ice Sport really isn't worth the hassles of shipping.
    It's not like it's not available locally pretty much everywhere.
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    What is your location? It is a shame to toss anything. Somebody may want to pay postage.

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    Donate it to a local Goodwill store.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HoosierTrooper View Post
    Donate it to a local Goodwill store.
    I like that option. Someone will most certainly buy it, and be thrilled with the good deal they get.
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    Houston, Texas.

    Quote Originally Posted by tomcj2 View Post
    What is your location? It is a shame to toss anything. Somebody may want to pay postage.

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    I was thinking of that. Do you really think they'll take odd looking blue bottles with an unknown liquid? Don't they have some sort of a QC process where they can't just take any odd looking chemical for liability issues?

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    Donate it to a local Goodwill store.

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    Give them the opportunity to say "Thank you for the donation. Here is the receipt for your income tax deduction".

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    I solved the problem. I think.

    I diluted it in alcohol and water. The smell is less, it is much better now. I can use it during my off days when I don't care how I smell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ltiultiu View Post
    I solved the problem. ... I don't care how I smell.
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