Isn't it some kind of sulfur compound?
> 'Garlicky'? I think it's more 'farty' than 'garlicky'!
> Dan D
> Central NJ USA
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> Subject: [Mgs] Propane smell
> On 6/18/2008 1:27:43 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time RampantNM@aol.com wrote:
> .......Can't smell any worse than propane or natural gas...which I
> understand is odorless when it comes from the ground and has the odor
> Robert B. Houston
> Yeah they put that "garlicky" smell in so that people don't accidentally
> blow themselves up or else suffocate There was this boat launching at
> Naciamento, CA. where people filled up there propane tanks and stuff I
> remember the exact details except that someone lit a match and it blew
> the heck
> out of everything Vaporized the boat and the fuel tank...and the
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