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    How to Remove Mildew Smell from TowelsPut your towels in the washing machine, using the hottest water available. Add one or two cups of white vinegar. Do not add detergent, fabric softener, or any other products at this time. Run the washer.Leave the towels in the washer and wash the same load again just as you would normally with laundry soap or baking soda. Again, use the hottest water available. Don't use fabric softener or any other products

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Put your towels in the washing machine, using the hottest water available. Add one or two cups of white vinegar. Do not add detergent, fabric softener, or any other products at this time. Run the washer. Then run the load a second time as you would normally.

Let's face it, it's happened to the best of us. Wet swimsuits, winter clothes, or even as simple as getting busy and forgetting to toss a load of wash into the dryer. The next thing you know, your clothes or towels developed a nasty smelling odor that just lingers. Mildew, moldy smelling towels are the WORST, and we have a solution!

How to Remove Mildew Smell from Towels

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How To Get The Mildew Smell Out of Towels. Apparently towels sometimes need to be "stripped" like cloth diapers to get detergent residue out.

How To Remove Mildew Smell From Towels Wash your load of towels in the hottest water possible and add 1 cup of white vinegar to the load. Do not use detergent or bleach, just hot water and vinegar. Then a second time with detergent and wash as normal.

No more stinky towels! Learn how to prevent and remove mildew smell from towels and other clothing.