Why does my drinking horn smell, and what can be done to fix it?

Why does my drinking horn smell, and what can be done to fix it?

A burnt smell may occur at times if a horn has been wrapped up too soon after production.
Luckily it can in most cases be fixed quite easily. 

In the event of this issue, please follow the steps below:
Use warm (not hot) water and a brush scrubbing out any debris left in the horn.
Put 3% hydrogen peroxide in the horn and let sit overnight.
Rinse it out very well and fill it up with beer or wine and let it sit one more night.
Rinse it out and hand wash and it should be taken care of.

It can also be a good idea to let the horn air out for a few days after following these steps. 

In some instances it may be necessary to repeat the process. 
If you still experience problems after following these steps, please contact our customer support.
You can either contact our customer support at: https://grimfrost.com/pages/contact-us or at support@grimfrost.com