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    I recently got a smoking deal on a 15-45x60mm Leupold Ventana. It's a nice spotter that fit within my budget. The seller took great care of it, the rubberized coating is in great shape and more importantly the glass is immaculate, but judging from the smell, he was a heavy smoker.

    Do any of you recommend any specific way or product to clean or lessen the Smokey scent from my smoking deal? Thanks guys.

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    I would call Leupold and get their input on a cleaner.
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    Wonder if you put in a sealed garbage bag with a open box of baking soda? Thinking it might absorb the scent like it does in a fridge. Would be an inexpensive experiment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawnboy View Post
    Wonder if you put in a sealed garbage bag with a open box of baking soda? Thinking it might absorb the scent like it does in a fridge. Would be an inexpensive experiment.

    I’ve used a can of coffee as well and it does surprisingly good at absorbing the scent.

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    Good ideas guys.
    I submitted a question on their website. One of their techs responded the same day. He voted for the baking soda tactic!
    https://www.leupold.com/spotting-sco...spotting-scope
    Last edited by eplanajr; 04-16-2018 at 10:56 PM. Reason: Updaate

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