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    Carpet and Gulp Alive don't mix. #7487 07/07/12 07:42 PM
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    I was sent a picture of carpet in a fishing cabin that had one of the squat containers of gulp leak into it. Looked like it was dried out and ruined the carpet. The owner had to take it up and try to hide it under a bunk. Just put the fishing lure in jars with good lids and you'll be OK.
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    Re: Carpet and Gulp Alive don't mix. [Re: WillCFish] #7818 10/12/12 12:20 PM
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    Have you had any bad experiences with Gulp spilling?


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    Re: Carpet and Gulp Alive don't mix. [Re: WillCFish] #7886 11/04/12 04:50 PM
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    Ihave had them in the boat for years with no spillage


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