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Freshening Laundry

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When clothes have been stored for a long time they usually need some revitalization. This guide is about freshening laundry.
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March 14, 2011

A new tip for freshening your smelliest laundry problems is to add a couple "capfuls" of regular mouthwash to your load of laundry! Brands such as Scope or dollar store brands work best - not Listerine which is too harsh. This should work on leftover smells of urine and such that can be really hard to remove.

I just heard about this and thought I'd share. Hope it helps!

Source: From a GREAT daughter who does her mother's laundry!

By Mary Gilgen from Malad, ID

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December 16, 20041 found this helpful

When a load of wet laundry got left in the dryer for a week the smell was horrendous. I soaked the whole load in the washer overnight with a cup of vinegar in the water, then drained it and rewashed with laundry soap. As good as new!

By Linda

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December 28, 20040 found this helpful

Here is a great tip to freshen your laundry. When the rinse cycle start add one cup of white distilled vinegar to the rinse water and when your laundry is finished, your clothes will be springtime fresh. This is a good way to freshen clothes that have been packed away all winter long.

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April 2, 20160 found this helpful

This is a guide about removing odors from clothing that was left in the washer. Mildew can grow in damp clothes that have not been dried promptly leaving a stubborn smell.

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June 6, 2006

Is Odorban a good product for eliminating smelly odors from clothing, linens, towels, etc.? If so, how much do I use?

Deborah from NYC

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June 7, 20060 found this helpful

I think it is, I raise dogs and use it on furniture and multiple things. You mix half and half...half Odorban and half water. You can use it on clothes, furniture, beds, floors, ect.

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