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Casualties of Cool is very good, almost like a new genre of music. Definitely listen.
post #102347 of 102357
WTF, none of the grocery stores in town sell Woolite for handwashing delicates (sweaters) anymore. Is it fine to just use a little Woolite dark?
Edited by zissou - Today at 4:42 pm
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Did you get skid marks in your donegal long Johns.

I'm picturing muff donegal inverallan long johns right now.
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Did you get skid marks in your donegal long Johns.

I'm picturing muff donegal inverallan long johns right now.
post #102350 of 102357
But in muff
post #102351 of 102357
Close.

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nm...
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^ I have no idea wtf I'm looking at there. Is this the Scandinavian Flight of the Conchords or some shit?
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What would you all recommend for getting odor out of wool coats? Febreeze, white vinegar, etc


Edited by Mulan - Today at 10:06 pm
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Hanging it outside might do it, though I don't know if moths would be a concern. Putting it in the dryer with tennis balls is also supposed to make odors disappear, though you might want to research that as well.
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What would you all recommend for getting odor out of wool coats? Febreeze, white vinegar, etc

I've heard of people spraying a garment down with distilled vodka, but have never tried it myself.
post #102357 of 102357
Find a spare dry cleaning bag. Place garment on hanger inside the bag and lie flat. Carefully add some activated charcoal or coffee grounds to the bottom opening area. Seal shut with tape. Hang up for a day or two, then air out.

Sort of depends on the origin/nature of the odor without getting too gross. The above method is my go-to for cigarette smoke / food odors (provided not coming from grease or spills directly onto the clothing).
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