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I have noticed the weird humidity smell that comes out of the ducts I guess that the Central Air System is not your property and you are not responsible for its maintenance. Since the stink seems to come out of the system itself, you should get the proper specialists to perform the proper maintenance. In the simple case, just a filter needs to be cleaned / ...


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The bad smell is coming from high humidity in your room. My advice would be to try to extract as much 'wetness' as possible out of that room, which will naturally destroy the odors. Get something like DampRid (lots of similar brands). We had a room that was flooded and had extremely bad humidity (e.g. you could smell the humidity coming from the concrete, ...


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We have a similar problem and we have a shared system. We now make sure the filters get changed regularly and the ducts get cleaned out too, but that is not a 100% either. We still get smells from our neighbours! It works to a degree, but it is better than nothing? Not exactly! We now use a diffuser in our place. Some of the stronger and enjoyable scents ...


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If you have a tub (any big container will also do) make it a bit less than half full with water, soak the clothes in it (not too many at a time, leave plenty of empty room in the container), pour in half a cup baking soda and a cup of vinegar and mix it. It will immediately form a reaction and kill microorganisms in the process (like bacteria and such). The ...


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I found a solution, not for cigarette smoke smell, but for those times when you forget to take your wash out of the machine and it ends up smelling yuck...You can wash it immediately again with laundry detergent etc. and that smell will not come out. However, I found if I use my regular detergent along with a cup of baking soda sprinkled in side the machine ...


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Going from the easiest, most expedient way to remove the detergent odour to the most effective but expensive and labour intensive: First, try to cover and encapsulate the wall surface using "Febreze Free" which is unique from other Febreze Fabric Refresher varieties because it contains no perfumes. All Febreze Fabric Refresher products are formulated to ...


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There's only one way to get rid of the odour, and luckily, your jacket is washable; there's no real hack for this, because trying to disguise the odour by spraying with something won't do the trick, it will still smell, just mixed in with whatever perfume is in what you try to cover it with. Wash it in the machine at 30 or 40 degrees using biological washing ...


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