Strong Mothball Smell in Old Chest

I have an old chest with a strong mothball smell. I have tried sunshine, Odorxit, and any other thing I could think of but it still smells. Any suggestions?

Thanks,

Alex from Kentucky

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Strong Mothball Smell in Old Chest

Have you tried baking soda? Also I have heard that potting soil will absorb odors. (10/07/2004)

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By Marti

Strong Mothball Smell in Old Chest

Have you tried any of the following: crushed newspapers, coffee grounds and/or a few sheets of fabric softener. All of the above have removed odors from various "stinky" things which I have jumped to purchase before smelling them. (10/08/2004)

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