My suit, somehow got a heavy case of Febreze smell. I expect it was from sitting on a conference room chair that someone had sprayed to freshen up the area. Anyway, it makes me nauseous. After many trials of different things, I may have stumbled on a solution.
It is another product. It is described as an "odor eliminator" and it is called Natures Own. It is a pump spray manufactured for:
American Handicapped and Disadvantaged Workers, with ordering number of 800-453-2666. It is listed as environmentally safe, all natural, biodegradable and non-toxic. It has a slight smell, but pleasant compared to the sweet, sickening smell of Febreze.
I don't know where we got it. We had it as a bathroom odor spray in a seldom used guest bathroom, and I just happened to notice it and I think it works. This is great news for me. Thanks for everyone's input on this subject.
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