What is a good way to remove the odour of commercial disinfectants from clothes? I'm thinking about the stuff they spray in the luggage holds of aircraft, or that they marinate used clothing in.
Washing doesn't seem to help much, not does hanging on a clothes line in the sun for a couple of...
Each sealed packet contains:
1 Hard Surface Disinfectant Towelette
1 Standard Paper Toilet Seat Cover
1 Personal Wipe Towelette
1 Hand Disinfectant Towelette
3 Facial Quality 2 Ply Tissues
Herb Disinfectant Cleaner
This spray cleaner disinfects surfaces, kills mold, and discourages its return. Eucaplyptus, lavender, and tea tree are all known for their antimicrobial properties.
1 tsp. sodium lauryl sulfate
1 tsp. borax
2 Tbs. white vinegar
2 cups hot water
1/4 tsp. eucalyptus...
Thyme Cleaner - Disinfectant
2 1/2 cups water
1 handful thyme (fresh or dried)
Liquid castille soap (squirt)
Boil water, add thyme. Simmer for several hours over medium-low heat, covered. Cool, then strain. Pour the water into a spray bottle, top with white vinegar and squirt of soap...
This is a recipe for disinfectant spray cleaner. I found it when I worked in a nursery (Note: It smells strong, but sure does the job!)
1 large spray mister bottle
1 cup soapy ammonia (1/2 cup for a weaker solution)
1 cup rubbing alcohol (1/2 cup for a weaker...
1/2 Cup Pine Cleaner (or Lysol)
1 1/2 Cups of water
Thick Roll of Paper Towel (Such as Bounty)
Use a canister that holds a half of a roll of paper towels. (You can find these containers at Wal-Mart) Cut the roll of towels in half, put it in the container and remove the...