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Old 07-10-2009, 12:17
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I bought some tulle from Michaels and it stinks like fish. It is a really cute purple but now i am wondering how on earth do i sell this stinky thing. Any ideas?
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I bought some tulle from Michaels and it stinks like fish. It is a really cute purple but now i am wondering how on earth do i sell this stinky thing. Any ideas?
I wonder if you could spray it with Febreze or something like that........
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I was thinking Febreeze too. We used it on our couches b/c of our naughty dogs, but I was never totally amazed until I had to use it on our pillows after sleeping in a cabin with a wood stove. Everything stank like smoke, but the body pillows were too big for the washer, but a good treatment of Febreeze and they were perfect.
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Maybe you could hang it out on the wash line and air it out. HTH
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I know when you get odors in suitcases & the such they say to put them out in the sun 1st & then put fresh coffee grounds inside them & it somehow absorbs the odor. Maybe put it in a sealed box with a container of coffee grounds in there too for a couple days.
Makes you wonder what they did with it to make it smell ike fish!!!!

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Can you return it? That is what I would do. It would drive me nuts trying to figure out WHY it smelled like fish. Ewww. lol.
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That's funny,I bought some tulle the other day that had a weird smell too..Wasn't fish though.lol
I would say febreze,and then let it air out outside?
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Thanks Ladies. I will febreze it and hang it outside. I am wondering if i should even bother to open the second roll. It is too late to return it the tulle was cut and the tutu is finished.
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I was going to suggest Febreeze too. Hopefully that works for you
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Either return it or wash it. Tulle does well in a dryer on a low or medium setting. Maybe those dryell sheet things would work? I've heard they don't do a great job of cleaning but are good for deodorizing.
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