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Old 06-10-2021, 06:01 PM
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Go to the grocery store and buy a bag of the cheapest clay cat litter you can find. Unfold your fabric and wad it up so there’s plenty of air space in the wad. Put it in a paper bag, then put the bag in a tote bin or box of some kind and cover it with the litter. Leave it for a few days. I have done this with old books and it takes every trace of smell out of them, including smoke.
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