Odor Removal From Clothes and Fabric?

Answer Textiles absorb odors quickly, so whether you have smelly clothing that needs cleaned or draperies that have absorbed smoke odor, you want to remove the smells without damaging the fabric. There ar... Read More »

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How to Remove Smoke Odor From Fabric?

Smoke has a distinct odor that is often so potent it overtakes an entire area. Fabric is especially susceptible to a lingering smoke smell as the cloth absorbs the smoke. Whether your car or home... Read More »

How to Remove Fish Odor From Fabric?

Fish odors are one of the most repugnant of smells. Fish can come into contact with clothes while fishing or if a broken fish oil pill touches clothing. Fabrics absorb fish odors. Simple washing ma... Read More »

How do I remove smoke odor from fabric?

Before Washing the FabricHang the fabric up on a clothesline outside for four to eight hours to allow fresh air to circulate through the fabric and remove part of the odor. If you can't hang the cl... Read More »

How to Remove Pet Urine Odor From Fabric?

Pet urine odors are particularly strong smelling and are difficult to remove from fabrics because of the porous nature of these materials--urine clings to fabric's fibers. The components of urine t... Read More »