Question by  iflyskyhigh (14)

How do you remove the smell of chlorine?

My sister swam in the pool, and then sat on my couch. How do you get rid of that smell?


Answer by  Tammy (585)

The smell of chlorine will gradually go away on it's own with time. If you have a steam cleaner, you can dilute the chlorine particles that cause the odor in your furniture. Another great option is to rub the spot with your favorite laundry detergent, let it dry for a bit, and vacuum it off.


Answer by  cathybellejones (309)

Sprinkle baking soda on the affected area. To avoid clumping, use a hand sifter to distribute the baking soda evenly. Let set one hour. Vaccuum the soda dust thoroughly.


Answer by  Sett (1838)

You can take a white wash cloth and rub the stains with diluted vinegar and water. The vinegar will get rid of any bacteria that they left on the couch. After you have lightly wiped down the couch, let the areas air dry and repeat at a later time. You will need to let the fibers rest.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

The only thing that I have found that will completly remove the odor is febreeze ssnd then if the chlorine smell is strong you may need to use it a few times.


Answer by  Prajeesh (369)

I know the smell of chlorine will not go much easly. Try to remove this by applying little bit of shampoo on your couch.


Answer by  holachung (36)

you can remove the smell of chlorine by use a lysol wipe. the wipe is great at removing bacteria and other bad odors

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