- Jan 5, 2010
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Ive had some impressive results with the fragrance free febreez. Usually have to find it online.
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Use scentless detergent. The scent you smell is a fragrance that has been added, much like how fragrances are added to shampoos and body washes. But you can get scentless detergents, if you want.How do I get detergent smell out of a pair of my denim? I’ve washed them multiple times and frozen them, but they still have a weird smell
Damn. Good to know, though. Thanks for the inputPerfume lasts for a pretty long time on clothing. I'm not sure if you can get it out without washing, to be honest.
On skin, the stuff somewhat disappears after 8 or 10 hours, depending on the concentration of perfume oils.
But on clothing, it seems to last forever. I have sport coats where I can faintly smell the hint of perfume because my tailored clothing rarely gets dry cleaned. You have to put your nose up to it, and it depends on the coat. But it's there.
I will give that a shot, thanks!Ive had some impressive results with the fragrance free febreez. Usually have to find it online.