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About Sink the Stink 4 fl. oz. (118 ml) Bottle

Sink the Stink is a natural, environmentally friendly, state of the art product, specifically formulated for the diving, surfing and water sports community. Sink the Stink biologically eliminates the odors commonly found in neoprene wet suits, BCDs and dive skins, including urine, mildew and other gnarly smells that can knock the Oakleys right off your face. Water sports odors are produced by bacteria, called stinkers", found in both salt and fresh water. Stinker bacteria consume organic matter like algae, bacteria, pollution, waste matter and urine. When a stinker starts munching, it produces a minute amount of foul smelling waste products. When billions and billions of stinkers have lunch in your wet suit or dive skin, you have a serious problem.

Sink the Stink is a synergistic mixture of four special odor destroying bacteria cultures which are kept in a state of suspended animation while packaged in their bottle. As soon as the Sink the Stink concentrate is mixed with warm water, its bugs spring into action and start a seek and destroy mission on the organic waste matter they find in neoprene, nylon, Polartec and other items immersed in the solution. Sink the Stink microbes eat and reproduce very aggressively, but unlike their obnoxious, flatulent cousins, they produce only odorless carbon dioxide and water. Soon the Stinker bacteria are out of food and out of luck.

Sink the Stink forms a bio-film that penetrates deep into neoprene, eliminating urine and other contaminants absorbed under pressure. This deep cleaning is impossible with shampoos and cleaners used at one atmosphere. When the Sink the Stink microbes have done their job, they quietly expire leaving behind a thoroughly clean environment. Sink the Stink is ready to use. Dispense 0.5 fl. oz. (15 ml) from the 4 fl. oz. (118 ml) bottle, and mix contents into 10 to 20 gallons (38 to 76 liters) of warm water (A quarter to half-filled bath tub). The 4 fl. oz. (118 ml) bottle will provide 8 treatments.

The Sink the Stink 4 fl. oz. (118 ml) Bottle is commonly used for All Diving Applications and more. The Sink the Stink 4 fl. oz. (118 ml) Bottle is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Advanced among others. The Sink the Stink 4 fl. oz. (118 ml) Bottle is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Sink the Stink 4 fl. oz. (118 ml) Bottle: Easy To Use, Functional, Improves Diving Experience.

Sink the Stink 4 fl. oz. (118 ml) Bottle Features

  • Sink the Stink Deodorizer
  • Natural, Environmentally Friendly
  • State-of-the-Art Deodorizer Product
  • Specifically Formulated for: Diving, Surfing & Water Sports Community
  • Biologically Eliminates Odors Commonly Found in Neoprene
  • Works On: Wet Suits, BCDs, Dive Skins, Nylon, Polartec & More
  • Deodorizes: Urine, Mildew and Other Gnarly Smells
  • Synergistic Mixture of 4-Special Odor Destroying Bacteria Cultures
  • Forms Bio-Film that Penetrates Deep into Neoprene
  • Eliminating Urine & Other Contaminants Absorbed Under Pressure
  • Just Add to Water and Soak
  • 4 fl. oz. (118 ml) Bottle
  • 8 Application Bottle

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Rid the suit of the pee smell

We all do it in the wetsuit. Come on, don't lie. This product rids the wetsuit of the aftermath.

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Sink the Stink is the real deal


from Vienna, VA, US

Great product. I use it regularly for all my dive gear and my exercise mats!


Absolutely the best


from Middletown, NJ, US

Nothing keeps a wetsuit fresh like this stuff. It's especially good if you need to pack your wetsuit before it dries, or if you're one of those rare ;-) divers with imperfect bladder control.


Great stuff


from 30548, GA, US

I have used this stuff for 16 years and will not use anything else. It always cleans all my gear and leaves it smelling good.


Sink the stink


from Broken Arrow, OK, US

Used this stuff for 20 years, works great. Fill my bathtub add sink the stink and start soaking my wetsuits and other gear. They never smell.


Works great!


After four days and 14 dives in the Florida Keys, my wetsuit was..... Well..... Stinky. After a long soak in this, the smell was gone.

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Questions about this item:

Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
Harold S  to get the stink out of my Wet-suite, it was REALLY RIPE!!!
Ashley P  Easy way to clean your wetsuit.
JENNY H  Favorite dive spot in Marathon FL uses this...even in all the Keys summer heat and humidity my gear comes out smelling better than when I bought it!
THERESA M  I have been using this product since the 90's. It flat out works!
bob D  wanted something to clean boots, bought per reviews
PHIL S  To rinse wetsuits, but throwing them in a washer and dryer works just fine
AMY W  Works great - especially good for travel because you do not need to rinse. Just treat and let dry.
DEAN R  This size bottle is not avaliable in my dive shop. The product is gerat for use after a week of smelly diving.
STEVE B  Gets the "stink out"!
robert w  I got the small yellow tube with my new wetsuit. the print is so small I cant read it. Can I get directions ?
Steve S  Dispense 1/2 oz. from the 4 oz. bottle, or twist open a 1/2 oz. (15ml) Turtle Pak and squeeze the contents into 10 to 20 gallons of warm water (A quarter to half filled bath tub). Mix thoroughly. Immerse wet suits, booties, skins, BCDs and other gear in Sink the Stink®, making sure that all surfaces are thoroughly saturated. Most odors will disappear immediately! Soak for 5 to 10 minutes while agitating the equipment occasionally. An overnight soak will take care of really tough odors and stains. When ready, simply drain and hang the items to dry. Do not rinse again in fresh water. The biological odor reducing activity will continue until the material is completely dry.
DEAN R  I relate to your problem with small print. I use a magnifying glass a lot! Also, if available, buy the larger bottles. I soak our wet suits, boots etc in a bathtub with 11/2 to 2 oz of StheS overnight. Let the articles drip dry. Do not rinse! Since this is a new wet suit, I assume that you have not had the joy of returning home after a week of diving in a location with poor rinse facilities. When you do, you will treasure Sink The Stink!
JOHN C  It is probable a single use packet. Directions: fill a large container( I use a plastic garbage can reserved for soaking dive gear in) with warm water and the contents of the packet. Add wetsuit. Slosh around to mix well and let it soak for several hours. Remove wetsuit, wring out and hand to dry
BOB C  Sink the Stink is great stuff. Rinse your gear as usual then put it in some warm water with a few squirts of Sink the Stink, doesn't take much. Soak for some time 1/2 hr or more? and then hang dry Do not rinse after taking out of the solution.
Shopper  Is this product only for use on neoprene, or is it safe to use on any fabric? need for wetsuit, but also need something to take the smell out of my yoga clothing
DEAN R  I have used this product for the past eight years on different fabrics. I have not noticed any problems. I have not used it on Lycra.
Marilyn S  You can use it on clothing.
PAUL B  It's designed for neoprene wetsuits. The idea is to soak the suit in the mix of Sink the Stink & water, and then let it dry - no rinsing. The enzyme continues to work to eradicate the bacteria causing the smell while drying, which is why it's not supposed to be rinsed. Will it work on yoga clothing? Maybe! Read the instructions on the bottle. My guess is that yes, it will.
JACK S  I've used it on rash guards and on my water shoes....removed the stink and did not damage the products
JEREMY F  This is a 'dip'. Not a soap. I would not use it on my own clothes.
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