To remove the odor of gasoline, sprinkle it with baking soda, rub it with dish soap, rinse it, apply a paste of baking soda and water, and rinse again. This 1-hour procedure requires microfiber cloths, baking soda, dish ... More »

The best way to wash spilled gasoline out of clothes is by a multi-step process involving odor removal with baking soda, pretreating with both liquid dish detergent and stain stick, and a final wash with hot water. For b... More »

Household products such as baking soda, orange or lemon peels, or white vinegar can remove odors from drains, according to Horizon Services. Even a few tablespoons of scented dish soap followed by hot water can help redu... More »

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White vinegar, lemon juice, dish detergent and salt, hand sanitizer, rubbing alcohol, baking soda paste, hydrogen peroxide and mechanic's soap can remove a gasoline smell from hands. These affordable household remedies a... More »

Remove the odor of skunk from a cat's face by washing the cat with a cleaning solution made of baking soda, dish soap and peroxide. Then, clean the cat's face with pet shampoo to remove any remaining oils, and replace th... More »

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Remove the odor from smelly towels by adding vinegar to the normal rinse, washing again with baking soda instead of detergent and line drying. Soften line-dried towels by putting them in the dryer on the fluff cycle a fe... More »

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 »