Cleaning my smelly helmet.

#1
My helmet has deleloped such a distinctive odour that nobody wants to play with me anymore. It seems to get worse during periods of extreme activity, especially in warmer climates. How can I get rid of the odourous, sticky black goo around the rim of my helmey without causing any damage?
 
#4
My helmet has deleloped such a distinctive odour that nobody wants to play with me anymore. It seems to get worse during periods of extreme activity, especially in warmer climates. How can I get rid of the odourous, sticky black goo around the rim of my helmey without causing any damage?
Eight years wait to post that, wow, it was well worth the wait (not)
 
#6
My helmet has deleloped such a distinctive odour that nobody wants to play with me anymore. It seems to get worse during periods of extreme activity, especially in warmer climates. How can I get rid of the odourous, sticky black goo around the rim of my helmey without causing any damage?
Exchange the pads or lid complete. Job....jobbed!
 
#7
I hear IEDs work well
 
#11
My helmet has deleloped such a distinctive odour that nobody wants to play with me anymore. It seems to get worse during periods of extreme activity, especially in warmer climates. How can I get rid of the odourous, sticky black goo around the rim of my helmey without causing any damage?
Black goo, sounds like that new strain of the clap that does not respond to any antibiotic. Sadly, right now it is incurable. Better see a doc about amputation.
 
#13
My helmet has deleloped such a distinctive odour that nobody wants to play with me anymore. It seems to get worse during periods of extreme activity, especially in warmer climates. How can I get rid of the odourous, sticky black goo around the rim of my helmey without causing any damage?
Good grief!!

Get thee to (at the very least) the local clap clinic for a simple test to see if the maloderous black gloop is infectious.

Failing that just scrub your old fella in neat domestos. It'll hurt like billio but by crikey it'll be clean.
 
#14
It could be due to warts. Does this look familiar??


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Hope not, treatment is difficult. Also quite contagious, a neighbor who is a professor at a dental school was telling me he has seen horrendous oral warts spread from genital warts. Very hard to treat.
 
#16
I'm bored therefore will take the OP at face value...

1. Fill the helmet with lukewarm water & a few drops of dettol & leave it to stand.

2. Clean it with hot soapy water & leave it to dry on a radiator to ensure the pads are completly dry.

3. Place an open FFD (first field dressing) inside to cushion your scalp.

Ignore the above if your post is a wind up:)
 
#17
Febreze?
 
#20
In order to kill all micro organizms & build up of bacteria which is causing the smell place helmit in the microwave & set to high. Zap for one min (two to ensure complete eradication) and voilla - no more smell.
 

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