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Aaagrh -interview suit has (slightly) smelly armpits - no time for cleaning

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OneHandFlapping Fri 07-Nov-14 12:47:10

Has anyone got any suggestions for rescuing it? We don't have any same day dry cleaners round our way, and interview is Monday.

SonorousBip Fri 07-Nov-14 12:49:50

Bicarb is your friend here. Lay suit out, sprinkly bicarb on whiffy bits. Leave. Then brush off with clean stiff brush (old/dry toothbrush works well).

Goof luck!

CMOTDibbler Fri 07-Nov-14 12:51:11

Febreeze it on the inside

Swannykazoo Fri 07-Nov-14 12:53:45

Cheap vodka sprayed on and allowed to evaporate is allegedly what costume departments in theatres etc do

BikeRunSki Fri 07-Nov-14 12:55:09

Febreeze

OneHandFlapping Fri 07-Nov-14 13:19:56

Ooh - definitely have cheap vodka! blush.

And bicarb.

And febreeze is easy to get too.

Thanks everyone. It looks like I'm sorted!

mouselittle Fri 07-Nov-14 13:55:45

Sorry but had to laugh at the thought of OP going to an interview smelling of cheap vodka. grin

SonorousBip Fri 07-Nov-14 13:58:55

LOL re going smelling of cheap vodka. That will happen as you warm up - and let's face it, you will in an interview. And I always think Febreze makes you smell like someone who is a bit smelly but covering it up!

Honestly - bicarb.

OneHandFlapping Fri 07-Nov-14 16:24:02

I'll try bicarb first!

Thanks for the warnings.

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