Skunks: How to Remove Skunk Scent, the Chemical Composition of Skunk Thiol, and Water Helping to Increase the Skunks Defenses

The best way to remove the scent of skunk spray is to use baking soda and hydrogen peroxide as they are both oxidizing agents which means they will attach oxygen atoms to the sulfur atom in the thiol pairing, and take away its ability to produce an odor. The 2 main components of chemicals that a skunk thiol, its natural spray, are butene-thiol and methyl-butanethiol. These chemicals are chains of carbon and hydrogen with the sulfur and hydrogen thiol group attached to one end. They're volatile, ...

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