Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Remove Odor From The Fur Coat

Remove Odor From a Fur Coat

Many things can leave unpleasant odors on fur, including cigarette smoke, moth balls and fried foods. Here's remove those nasty odors from your fur coat.


1. Place the fur coat in a vinyl garment bag and hang it.

2. Add an open container or bag of fresh coffee grounds to the bottom of the garment bag.

3. Zip the garment bag shut so the aroma of fresh coffee grounds permeates the fur coat.

4. Stir the coffee grounds once each day and check the smell of the fur coat. Remember to zip the garment bag shut to seal it in with the coffee grounds. Repeat this process until the garment smells like coffee. It should take anywhere from a few days to a week.

5. Remove the coat from the garment bag when the fur smells like coffee and hang it outside in fresh, dry air for a few hours or until it smells fresh. Returning the coat to the closet or put it in storage.

6. Repeat Steps 1 through 5 if necessary to remove all the odor, using fresh coffee grounds.

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