Remove Mildew Smell From Fabric?

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To remove the mildew smell from fabric you will need newspaper, vinegar, baking soda, ammonia, borax, cotton balls, and vanilla. Use the newspaper to wrap the item for a couple of days and wash as normal. Use 1 cup of vinegar in the wash cycle. 1 cup of baking soda can be used instead. Ammonia can also be substituted at 1 cup and dry the clothes immediately after. A final solution is to use borax and vinegar during the wash cycle. Dry the clothing and put in a plastic bag with cotton balls that have been dipped in vanilla.
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