The Great Sweat and Odor Laundry Round Up

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Heather says:

You may have noticed there have been quite a few posts on laundry this past week. I thought I’d make your lives a little easier by rounding up all of the laundry and odor related posts into one spot.

Sour Smelling Towels are a vexing problem. Learn how to remove that odor.

How to Remove Stubborn Body Odor from Laundry. – This article tackles lingering odors that stick around after clothing has been washed. Sometimes our efforts to prevent those body odors are the source of the issue, learn How to Remove Deodorant Stains.

Sometimes it’s the washer itself that smells – How to Prevent and Get Rid of Mildew in a Front Loading Clothes Washer

The improper storage of bedding can cause mildew odors: What causes Smelly Sheets

Vinegar and borax are rock stars in the laundry room when it comes to dealing with unpleasant odors: Here’s How to Use Vinegar and Borax in the Laundry Room.

I hope you find the compilation helpful.

Last month I mentioned working with Unilever on their Don’t Fret the Sweat Campaign. Today they are releasing another episode of the BlissTV segment and don’t forget to check out the Don’t Fret the Sweat Facebook Page.

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8 thoughts on “The Great Sweat and Odor Laundry Round Up”

  1. Sadly our most frequent laundry problem (one we are trying to solve) is the "oh someone started, but never finished the laundry and it's been sitting wet in the washer" situation. We use vinegar then, but I'd love to hear other solutions.

    • Oh I know that problem all too well. That's how we treat it, too. As far as remembering to continue the cycle? Have you tried using a timer or setting a reminder on your phone.

    • Seriously? You really need to try OdorKlenz Laundry Additive. That was the initial reason I used it, but have since found that it's great on a variety of laundry odors, including funky wash clothes & towels, as well as sweat & perspiration. I'm surprised, really, that it's not been mentioned. It's a fantastic product. I've made all of my sisters & my brother try it and they are all now fans too!

    • I've used the OdorKlenz too – and it works better than vinegar. My quite elderly father-in-law lives with us and his clothes get a quirky smell to them (he says it's just an 'old-people' smell) but OdorKlenz takes it right out. It works on all sorts of odors!

  2. We use OdorKlenz Laundry at our house too. My wife doesn’t appreciate the smell that lingers after I am finished doing yard work or working in my woodworking shop. This is the best product we’ve found to take care of such a variety of odors.


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