I can't BEGIN to explain how badly this smells of smoke...fucking eBay. Anyone have tips for getting rid of the smell?
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  • the_brick_houseI can't BEGIN to explain how badly this smells of smoke...fucking eBay. Anyone have tips for getting rid of the smell?

  • nocarolinePlastic bin with kitty litter in, stick the rug in, lid on, will absorb smell
  • craftnikI second the vodka in a spray bottle! Then let it dry in the sun.
  • lesdothisYou dance around the rug and chant "bad smell be gone!!" Works every time
  • _shannon__b_@the_brick_house vinegar. Took the cigarette smell out of my back bedroom
  • amarabarraI dumped pounds of baking soda/left it for day's/vacuumed it - did not work at all.
  • maureenfdesignsWow these all sound like great suggestions. Wish the could all be tested.
  • nataliepsuikI have used the vodka and water trick, and the kitty litter method. Both work. But you need the kitty crystals, not the clay stuff.
  • amyc83Ew
  • kendrasmootit's gonna be worth it...
  • the_brick_house@kendrasmoot that's what I'm hoping. It's really big and amazing.
  • ashleycopier@the_brick_house ”it's really big and amazing” that's what she said
  • doorsixteenIt's hopeless, nothing will get rid of the smell. I think you'd better just give it to me.
  • shannonsouthI know charcoal takes the burnt smell out of laser cut wool - it might work with this - but you'd probably have to seal it all in a plastic bag for a while... Good luck
  • mandystarrI had one that smelt like moth balls. I let them sit in vinegar and water in the tub over night, rinsed them in clean water and then hung them out in the sun for a few days. It worked perfectly to remove the stink.
  • tiinybubblesU didn't mention the dust...
  • the_brick_house@tiinybubbles I beat that out of it, like it was asking for
  • nobadthingsJust thank your lucky stars it ain't bed bugs. Smoke smell has nothing on that plague.
  • astoneinkUsed coffee grounds? That took the camel smell out of my
  • astoneinkLeather pouf when nothing else worked.
  • kspellTry laying dryer sheets all over it, rolling it up, and then leaving it (in a roll) on the back porch for a few days. Then unroll and hang outside a few days more.
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