Soak in white distilled vinegar
Garments that smell extremely unpleasant can be saved if you give them a bath with water and white distilled vinegar. Tap up water in the tub, or a bowl, and add 1 dl of white distilled vinegar. Let the garment soak overnight and follow up by washing it in the washing machine.
Wash with Odor Control Detergent
For synthetic or cotton items we recommend you wash them with a detergent that breaks down the sweat molecules. Our Odor Control Laundry Detergent
does exactly what it says. We developed it especially for sweaty workout clothes (synthetic clothes smell unpleasant after being worn just once) but it’s also perfect for second hand clothes that smell a little too much second hand. Not to be used on silk and wool though!
Spritz with Fabric Spray
The quickest and easiest way to spruce up garments and disguise stale odors is by spritzing the garment with our Fabric Spray
. It will leave your clothes with a subtle but lasting scent of rose and musk. However, don't try this on extremely delicate clothes, like vintage silk, or other types of fabrics that should not be exposed to water.