Friday, July 22, 2016

How to Remove the Smell from Towels

how to remove the smell from towels


Back by popular demand, we are going to answer questions that we get from our customer via our vlog. Today's question comes from a long time Customer who asks I have tried everything but can not figure out how to remove the smell from towels. Towels fall into the category of one of those items that are just frustrating to wash because they come out smelling fresh from the wash but when a few hours later they have a wet or musty smell to them.

Must smell in towels arrive from two sources, one using too much detergent or the wrong detergent and secondly not allowing your towels to fully dry before putting them up.Wet and used towels lying around can give off a nauseating smell and the longer that you allow the smell to build up the greater that the chore will be to remove the odors from the towels. Often, the smell is caused by mildew that sets in after use and is tough to eliminate.

Before we go any further towel shouldn't smell like cherry blossom or lemon zest and if you are using a detergent that primarily masks the odors, Normal detergents are designed to just mask the odors with fragrances and perfume scents rather than neutralize the odors at the source. OdorKlenz Laundry additive can help remove wet towel smell, with its mineral technology, providing you with the odor free results that you deserve.

Washing your towels twice on normal settings may get rid of the nasty odors, but if normal washes aren't enough to combat the mildew smell, there are a few other easy washing options you could try using household cleaners.

OdorKlenz Laundry is a safe and effective additive that eliminates severe laundry odors and scents left behind by detergent and fabric softeners.The technology used in OdorKlenz Laundry neutralizes the fragrances breaking them down to its simplest form, making it safe for those with chemical sensitivities and fragrance allergies.
Safe for use on cotton, personal delicate, nylon, polyester, spandex, washable lace, washable rayon, washable wool, and all other washable fabrics.

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