Odors in Textiles
Removal of odors depends upon what is producing it and the conditions under which they occur.
Odors are often caused by spills. The material produces an odor developed from bacterial growth supported by the spilled material. If the spill has not penetrated deeply into the fiber and thorough washing methods can be used, complete removal can usually be expected. The deeper the spill penetrates info the fiber and the longer it remains, the more difficult it will be to remove completely. When limited amounts of cleaning solution must be used, only a proportion of the odor may be eliminated. It is difficult to satisfactorily remove odor producing stains from the backing of wall-to-wall carpeting and upholstered furniture...
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