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    once synthetics smell it is too late to kill the bacteria (this goes for things like synthetic shirts). The bacteria have already created the organics that makes the fabrics smell. Oxyclean will work as it oxides organics. A very light bleach solution will work too, something like a teaspoon of bleach in a gallon of water. (about 50 ppm of bleach). This level is enough to fade fabrics so you might want to try less - around 10-15 ppm of bleach is the borderline for fading fabrics but will still oxidize organics. This would be maybe 1 teaspoon in 5 gallons of water.

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    ^ thanks

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