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How To Remove Gas Odor From Jeans

Remove Gasoline Odor From Jeans

How To Remove Gasoline Odors

If you've ever spilled some gas on your jeans or even gotten your clothes near gasoline for a short amount of time, you know how hard it can be to get rid of the odor.

To Remove Gasoline or A Gasoline Odor From Jeans:

 

Pretreat the gasoline stain, or if the whole garment has a gasoline smell, either use the presoak setting on your washing machine, if yours has one, or presoak the jeans in your sink or a bucket. Wash using heavy-duty detergent with hot water.

Stain-removal pretreatment products help remove oil-based stains such as gasoline. If you don't have any pretreatment products around, apply heavy-duty liquid detergent, or powdered detergent mixed with water to make a runny paste, to the stain. Work the detergent into the gasoline stain. Caution: Gasoline makes clothing more flammable then normal. Use detergent-based stain removers, not solvent-based ones. Air clothing thoroughly; do not place a garment in a dryer if you can still smell gas.

After pretreatment, wash the garment in hot water (if safe for the fabric) using the recommended amount of detergent for a regular laundry load. Rinse the jeans and inspect them before drying. Repeat this treatment if the gasoline stain or gasoline odor is still present.

 

 





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