How To Get Rid Of bad Smell From Clothes Without Washing Them

How many times have you poured food on your clothes? This is a common problem that you can combat by using a few home tricks. Back at the house with clothes, that smell is really annoying, especially if the clothes are still clean. You can't keep washing your clothing every day. Technically you can do it, but they get ruined. Here are some tricks to make your clothes smell good without washing them.

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Dryer or freezer. If you have the possibility, you could activate your dryer by inserting scented sheets. It doesn't have to be a complete cycle; about ten minutes is enough. Alternatively, put your clothes in the freezer. The cold eliminates odors.

Newspaper. Take yesterday's newspaper and crumple it up in the sleeves, armpits, or clothing legs. The porous paper will consume most, if not all, of the odor. This method also applies to smelly shoes.

How To Get Rid Of bad Smell From Clothes Without Washing Them
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Fresh air and sunlight. Nothing takes away a bad smell like fresh air. Even if you don't have a garden clothesline, you can hang your dress in front of an open window for about an hour. Additionally, sunlight can kill bacteria thanks to ultraviolet rays.

Vodka. It may seem like a gamble, but you can sprinkle some cheap, smooth vodka next to your clothes. When the alcohol evaporates, it brings smells with it.

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Sodium bicarbonate. Just as baking soda absorbs odors in the fridge or freezer, baking soda also removes odors from clothes. Sprinkle baking soda on smelly areas, let it sit as long as possible, and then shake it off.

Deodorant spray. Try a fabric refreshing spray to neutralize odors and leave clothes scented.

Adapted and translated by The Cop Cart Staff

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