I just received a GREAT vintage (1976) Brioni sportcoat on ebay. My only complaint is that it smells of mothballs. I'd prefer not to dryclean it, mostly because I haven't found a good drycleaner yet, so I'm looking for alternatives. I tried doing a search, because I could have sworn this topic had been covered, but I didn't find anything. I remember something about using a vinegar/water solution in a steamer, but am affraid to try this without confirmation. The only other thing I could think of is airing it out. Any ideas?
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12/8/04 at 2:46pm