Vinegar, baking soda and commercial treatments can be used to remove odor in laundry. Determine the cause of the odor whenever possible in order to choose the best treatment method for removing odors. More »

Distilled white vinegar has many uses outside the salad bowl, including odor control. To fix odor problems in 20 minutes or less, you need vinegar, a small spray bottle, a bowl, a sponge and a box of baking soda. More »

Get rid of mildew odors in clothing by adding 1 cup of white vinegar to the wash cycle. Wash for a second time with 1 cup of baking soda if the mildew smell isn't gone. More »

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Baking soda to is a great way to remove stains and odors from laundry even if they have lingered after multiple washings. Baking soda can remove odors from gasoline, baby spit up, smoking and strong food odors. More »

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To make homemade laundry detergent, mix baking soda, grated bar soap and washing soda. To make liquid laundry detergent, it is necessary to dissolve the bar soap and powdered ingredients with hot water before combining t... More »

To remove bad odors from sandals, use baking soda sprinkled on the soles, put pantyhose filled with cat litter into the sandals to absorb even more odor, and spray the sandals with shoe deodorizing spray after wearing th... More »

To remove refrigerator odors, put a dish filled with baking soda in the refrigerator, and allow the baking soda to absorb the odor for a couple of hours. If the smell lingers, wash the refrigerator with hot soapy water, ... More »

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