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New Linen Closet Makes Things Stink

I updated the master bathroom and added a linen closet. No way there is a water leak or anything. My sheets and towels stink when I pull them out if its not a couple of days after they've been washed. They smell like the inside of the new cabinet so like a plywood musty yucky smell, not mold just like a new cabinet which isn't pleasant. I use fabric softener, smell good sheets, and smell good detergent. Everything smells great when I'm folding it then when I switch out towels or sheets, they don't smell good anymore. Help!

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October 13, 20170 found this helpful
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Getting rid of odors.

Step 1
Try spraying febreeze inside the closet everyday for about a week.

Step 2
Put a box of baking soda in the closet to absorb odors.

Step 3
Cut up a bounce sheet and put between your towels.

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October 12, 20170 found this helpful

Nok-Out makes a product that is very effective in removing odors. You can find it on Amazon.

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October 12, 20170 found this helpful

Linen closet.

Put a box of "Arm & Hammer" baking soda in the closet.

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One of the uses is deodorizing.

I have a box in the back of my refrigerator which keeps every thing smelling fresh.

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