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Thread: Deodorizing fabric

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    Senior Member rush88888's Avatar
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    May 2012
    leland nc
    i just had to take care of this problem. i used "biz", and i think i used cold water. my "warm" is really too hot. that took care of it.

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    Junior Member MamaO2011's Avatar
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    Sep 2011
    Cincinnati, Ohio
    I inherited a complete stash from someone this summer and vinegar alone didn't cut the smell. It was recommended here to try Borax, so I used that plus a little apple cider vinegar and it worked wonders. The fabric smells wonderful, and even the yellowing in the fabric came out! Highly recommend Borax!

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    Jun 2010
    Baking soday works wonders. Sometimes I wash with Washing Soda, it tends to freshen things up.

  4. #14
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    Aug 2011
    Louisville, KY
    If one os allergic, like me, Fabreeze would be horrible!
    If you make quilts to give away use vinegar, rinse twice, use "free" detergent and don't use ANY thing inwasher or dryer that has a scent.

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    Super Member Twisted Quilter's Avatar
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    Dec 2009
    No need to go out and buy anything expensive. I buy fabric from yard sales/rummage sales all the time and have always had success with white vinegar. Just add one cup of vinegar to the rinse cycle and you're good to go.

    Good luck.
    If you choose the behavior, you accept the consequences...Dr. Phil

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