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Keeping Clothes Smelling Fresh

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Clothing stored in a closet.

Having fresh smelling garments is easy, when they are stored properly. This guide is about keeping clothes smelling fresh.

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Tip: Baking Soda in Your Clothes Hamper

Pour a little baking soda into the bottom of your hamper to help keep your dirty clothes smelling fresh. You can even keep a shaker with baking soda in it near your hamper to shake on top of your clothes when needed. A used and cleaned out parmesan cheese container makes a great shaker for baking soda.

Tip: Scented Cotton Balls for Drawers

If you put a little scent onto a couple of cotton balls and throw them into drawers and cabinets, they will smell fresh and nice for a long time.

By Robin

Tip: Keeping Clothes Smelling Nice

If you want your clothes and linens to smell especially nice all you have to do is use a dryer sheet or some cotton balls soaked in your favorite perfume and put them into the drawers where your things are kept. Works great!

By Robin

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Question: Keeping Clothes Smelling Fresh While Traveling

I am going for a long vacation with a lot of traveling and my clothes will be mostly in a suitcase. I want to know how to keep the clothes smelling good.

By Bosy C. from Hatfield, PA


Most Recent Answer

By cdoss03/30/2010

Take a separate bag, or if that's not possible, some large zip lock type bags to put dirty socks/undies/etc. in until they can be washed. Putting dirty items back in the same suitcase in an differnt pocket still lets the smell get on the clean clothes!