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How do you absorb coat closet odors?

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It is possible to get rid of coat closet odors by applying a few drops of essential oil like vanilla on a cotton ball. Place the cotton ball on a small tray, and put the tray in the closet to eliminate the musty odor that can come from coats in the closet.

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How do you absorb coat closet odors?
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Adding fresh citrus fruits to the dish with cotton balls and essential oils freshens up the scent of a closet, too. Oranges and lemons are especially effective for getting rid of unpleasant smells. Putting a dish of baking soda or charcoal in the closet is also effective for eliminating odors. A tray of borax in the closet can prevent foul closet smells by soaking them up and neutralizing any odor in the closet. Pieces of cedar or pine wood can be placed on the floor of the closet to give the space a warm, rich scent.

To keep the coats in the closet from developing a foul odor, wash machine-washable coats in a combination of water and white vinegar. This cleanses the coat fabric and keeps mold from forming on the clothing. Placing dryer sheets in the pockets of coats in the closet can give the closet a fresh smell as well.

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