How to Get Rid of Kerosene Smell?

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There is no way that you can get rid of kerosene smells in carpet or fabrics. You can try to dim the smell though by saturating any that remains with paper towel. You can try to get most of the smell out with vinegar and water. For more information see the link provided. www.ehow.com
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Kerosene has a very distinct and unpleasant odor, but there are a couple of options for dealing with it. Regular rubbing alcohol works great and scented alcohol is a bonus for the smell. You can also try a mixture of ammonia and water, which should wash away the smell.
The odor of kerosene can be very difficult to remove if not done immediately. To help neutralize the smell you can pour ammonia or alcohol over it. You can also use methods of filtering the kerosene to help minimize the smell.
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