If its vinyl try clorox wipes wipe inside down well with a couple leave them in the bag close let sit several hours and wipe out well with clean wet cloth should not only remove odors but kill bacteria Hope this helps.
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Crumple up newspapers, and put them inside the bag and close it for a few days. This might work. Judy B. Williamsburg, On. Canada
INsulated grocery bags are cheap, and you could make your own out of bubble wrap. So go ahead, toss all those bacteria, and make or buy new.
Baking soda absolutely and if you don't use detergent, then use Vinegar. Use a liquid, scented fabric water or perfume in the rinse. Also a long hard soak like 8 to 12 hours w/ agitating in between.
Take them and get the biggest ziploc you can, put them in there with cat litter and throw them in the freezer for the week end. The cat litter will soak up the smell, and the cold will kill any bacteria that exists.
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