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Ok, so I purchased Boston Aqua Farms Stony Coral Cutters, they got here today. smell of oil was heavy on them. What is the best way to deal with this situation. I purchased bone cutters specifically thinking I would not have to deal with oil on them. I rinsed them real good, but still there is oil on them.

What say you all? Or did I just do a newb mistake?

Thanks,
Brian

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Just wiped them down real good with a alcohol pad. You will be fine with a good wipe down.

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I should have said, there is a lot of oil coming from the hinges and everything, yuk! still think Alchohol wipe will be enough? :scarry:

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Maybe I'm just being paranoid?