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How to Get Diesel Smell Out of Clothes. I am having a tough time removing fuel smells from our laundry. My husband drives a fuel truck. Does anyone know how  ...

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Sep 9, 2017 ... Gasoline and diesel fuel are dangerous on your clothes and carpet and they can be difficult to remove. Learn how to remove the stains and odor safely. ... need to be pretreated using a solvent-based stain removal product, ...

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I put a little of that on his clothes and wash as usual. It gets the smell and the greasy feel out of the clothes. I would think it would work just as well for your hands.

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Jan 25, 2015 ... My hubby was a diesel mechanic for years. All I had to do was wash his clothes in Tide to remove the smell. However, since using detergent ...

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I've tried washing his clothes and the towels he used to clean up in... ... How do I get the smell out? ... There is not even a faint fuel smell left.

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Jan 26, 2012 ... Diesel is oil-based, so washing diesel out of clothes requires baking soda to soak up ... Wash again to get most smell from washing machine.

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Apr 2, 2013 ... Dear Heloise: Do you have any hints for removing GASOLINE SMELL FROM CLOTHING? I have run them through the washer multiple times, ...

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Jun 11, 2009 ... Both diesel fuel and gasoline have lingering, penetrating, but different smells. Once either of them has permeated your clothing, it's difficult, but ...

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If you don't have time to let it air out, soak the garment in distilled white vinegar for at least an hour. This should neutralize the smell enough for machine washing ...