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Moth ball odor
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venda    Posted 06-06-2003 at 20:26:08       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I keep using moth balls whenever I store my vehicles for the winter to keep the mice out.

My problem is the smell ligers too long the spring.

Is there any cleaning solution that will help remove that smell quicker? Or do I have to just wait until it air's out its own?

Tracy    Posted 09-07-2003 at 19:54:17       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I just used Zorbx (a product I purchased through the internet) to rid a closet of moth ball odor. I had tried cleaning with clorox and other, charcoal, plus airing it out, but the moth ball order kept returning. So I tried Zorbx that is a product that is an odor removal product. I used it several times and closed the closet to work and then aired it out. I am now happily rid of the moth ball odor from the previous home owner's moth balls that were left in the closet when I purchased the home. It took just under a week of effort vs. several weeks of no improvement previously.

Good luck.

Dave    Posted 06-07-2003 at 06:55:15       [Reply]  [No Email]
I do the Amway "thing" and we have a spray on fabric freshener. Whenever we loan our van to my pawinlaw (for 3 months once)I have to use it to get "their smell" great! You could probably find some comparable product at walmart or wherever.
Havr Fun!!

P.S. I love the smell of moth balls, but my wife hates it...some people are just weird I guess ;)

Sid    Posted 06-07-2003 at 00:14:04       [Reply]  [No Email]
My answer to almost everything is apple cider vinegar mix a tablespoon in a cup of water and use for an air frashner. You might also sprinkle some baking soda around it absorbs some odors.

ricky    Posted 06-06-2003 at 20:32:02       [Reply]  [No Email]
spread their legs and wash real good

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