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Vinegar and baking soda are both good choices for removing body odor from clothes. Baking soda, in particular, makes a good soak while vinegar is a good regular additive to wash loads. More »

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Use baking soda to remove odors from clothing by presoaking the garments in a baking soda solution and adding baking soda as a detergent booster during the wash cycle. You can also use baking soda in place of fabric soft... More »

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To remove dryer odor, the first step is to clean the lint filter by wiping the screen with a dry rag to remove remaining lint. Soak the filter in hot, soapy water for 10-15 minutes; meanwhile use a vacuum hose attachment... More »

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Skunk odor can be removed from clothing by first washing the affected clothing in a solution of 32 ounces of 3 percent hydrogen peroxide, 2 ounces of baking soda and 1 ounce of dishwashing liquid. The clothes can be scru... More »

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Vinegar and baking soda are great odor eliminators and typically eliminate smoke, mildew and body odors from clothing. However, if they don't work to rid the clothes of their odor, try adding borax, a stain-removal laund... More »

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Remove the odor of a skunk's spray by applying a hydrogen peroxide, baking soda and soap solution to the affected area, About.com suggests. The molecules in the solution bond with those in the skunk's spray, nullifying t... More »

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To remove the odor of skunk spray, use a mixture of peroxide, baking soda and liquid detergent. Allow the mixture to remain on the affected surfaces for several minutes before rinsing with clean water. More »

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