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RizzoTheRat

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12,885 posts

89 months

Tuesday 3rd July 2012
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That's two days running I've got home with a damp collar. I think the problem is a bit of water getting past my storm collar and being soaked up my by Buff, which then wicks it all over the place. In the winter I wear a balaclava that's got a waterproof neck but it's a bit too warm for that at the moment. Anyone know of a relatively thin waterproof/resistant equivalent of a Buff?

Hooli

30,941 posts

97 months

Tuesday 3rd July 2012
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Treat the buff with something like fabsil.

Mike600F

1,026 posts

53 months

Wednesday 4th July 2012
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In these hard times: Carrier bag with a hol in it? hehe

Iang84

805 posts

63 months

Wednesday 4th July 2012
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Mike600F said:
In these hard times: Carrier bag with a hol in it? hehe
Nothing wrong with a carrier bag my boots have started letting in water and I'm using bags at the moment until I can get myself some new boots

sprinter1050

11,353 posts

124 months

Wednesday 4th July 2012
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Iang84 said:
Mike600F said:
In these hard times: Carrier bag with a hol in it? hehe
Nothing wrong with a carrier bag my boots have started letting in water and I'm using bags at the moment until I can get myself some new boots
Make sure the "hol" (hole) is somewhere adjacent to your gob or you might encounter one or 2 difficulties.
As a further suggestion I think you'll find it might also be useful to have a couple 'roughly in the vicinity' of the eyes too. wink

[Precaution against thick git alert] biggrin:

Fleegle

14,187 posts

73 months

Wednesday 4th July 2012
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sprinter1050 said:
Make sure the "hol" (hole) is somewhere adjacent to your gob or you might encounter one or 2 difficulties.
As a further suggestion I think you'll find it might also be useful to have a couple 'roughly in the vicinity' of the eyes too. wink

[Precaution against thick git alert] biggrin:
Would you recommend using an orange as well?

sprinter1050

11,353 posts

124 months

Wednesday 4th July 2012
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Fleegle said:
Would you recommend using an orange as well?
Now I'm the one being thick ????????????

Fleegle

14,187 posts

73 months

Wednesday 4th July 2012
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sprinter1050 said:
Fleegle said:
Would you recommend using an orange as well?
Now I'm the one being thick ????????????
Sorry.... I thought you mentioning plastic bags was part of your autoerotic asphyxiation fantasies

sprinter1050

11,353 posts

124 months

Wednesday 4th July 2012
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Fleegle said:
sprinter1050 said:
Fleegle said:
Would you recommend using an orange as well?
Now I'm the one being thick ????????????
Sorry.... I thought you mentioning plastic bags was part of your autoerotic asphyxiation fantasies
I have enough problems breathing without further restrictions biggrin:

You sure you haven't been reading 'that book of the moment'? What's it called..50 shades of Gay?

Fleegle

14,187 posts

73 months

Wednesday 4th July 2012
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sprinter1050 said:
I have enough problems breathing without further restrictions biggrin:

You sure you haven't been reading 'that book of the moment'? What's it called..50 shades of Gay?
No...currently reading Oranges and Lemons by Steven Milligan MP

RizzoTheRat

Original Poster:

12,885 posts

89 months

Wednesday 4th July 2012
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Hooli said:
Treat the buff with something like fabsil.
I was thinking of giving my goretex kit a TechWash so I'll try shoving my buff in with it.

Hooli

30,941 posts

97 months

Wednesday 4th July 2012
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Techwash has never worked for me, but others say its great.

RizzoTheRat

Original Poster:

12,885 posts

89 months

Wednesday 4th July 2012
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When I said techwash I actually meant TX wash in waterproofer. I do one them the other and have always had great results with goretex kit.