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I'd just use wet wipes (aka baby wipes), with enough of those you should be able to remove most of the vomit and retain tolerable smell to the jeans. However, there is one hack I can suggest, which is related to how to use the wipes: Put one wet wipe below the jeans, i.e. shove it from within, so it's right "below" the vomit stain. Keep the wet ...


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If the stuff has been in your home for 2 months, most parasites, bacteria and viruses are probably dead. I guess the highest chances of survival have things like mold (if there is any moisture left) and microscopic critters like mites. I assume you have a N95 / FFP2 filter mask available. Wear a fresh one when you unpack the objects. Keep the windows wide ...


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My brother-in-law would cycle to his office where he kept his business suit, and would change out of cycle shorts, etc, when he got there. Once, he found that his suit pants were strangely missing, so he just wore the shirt, tie, and jacket with his cycling shorts and stayed at his desk as much as possible that day. Then a couple of days later the pants were ...


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