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    Default Removing Gasoline Odor

    Hello Everyone,

    I just joined the list again after being away for awhile. I started a
    new part-time job that's helping to supplement my husband's income when
    work is slow. Even working part-time has really cut into my free time
    to read or respond to the e-mail lists I belong to.

    I'm married, have 2 grown sons, and one 8 year old grandson. We live in
    Southern Ohio.

    I have a problem that I'm hoping some of you can help me with. My
    husband put 2 gas cans in the trunk of his car to get them filled. 1 of
    them fell over and spilled some gas into his trunk. It has that very
    short, almost felt-like carpet in it and it smells terrible.
    Does anyone know anyway to remove the odor? Any help would be appreciated.

    Nancy in Ohio

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    Default re: Removing gasoline odor

    Thanks Anggie! I never thought of Febreeze, and I already have some too!

    Nancy in Ohio

    >One word........FEBREEZE. It even took the skunk smell out of wicker baskets.

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