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I bought an inexpensive gig bag for a horn that I am selling. No exaggeration it smells like horse manure. I didn't detect this right away I put it in the closet with a horn in it which fortunately did not become tainted by the smell. I can't return it.
When I washed it it came out with horrible smelling brown water during multiple rinsings.
At this point I am curious enough to cut it open and see what kind of horrible filler material they used. Never ever buy one of these things it is completely unusable.
 

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Might be the glue. Try to leave it open outside in the sun for 8 hours and see if that helps. Other things that worked for me: activated charcoal, baking soda and coffee grounds (in that order of effectiveness.)
 
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