You will need
  • - a large cardboard box;
  • - ground coffee;
  • - liquid soap;
  • - ammonia;
  • - castor oil (you can substitute liquid petrolatum, glycerine);
  • - onions;
  • - fresh milk;
  • - turpentine;
  • cream for leather goods;
  • - potassium permanganate;
  • hydrogen peroxide;
  • - soft sponge or cloth.
Dark jackets can apply the following trick: grind in the mill of a well-roasted coffee beans. The smaller, the better. At the bottom of a large box (so that the jacket came in), sprinkle the resulting powder. On this layer place the jacket on top of another and sprinkle ground coffee. Additionally preporuciti axillary space under the collar and everywhere, where there are folds (cuffs, strapped the straps, etc.). Close the box lid and leave for 2-3 days. When you get it, swipe coffee soft brush. Can wipe with a damp cloth. If the smell of the coffee was too strong, ventilate the jacket in the fresh air. However, the excess of the new smell will wear off themselves as wear jackets. Do not use this method on light jackets can stay dark stains.
The one who will regret to harass such an expensive product, such as coffee, uses a cheaper method, replacing the coffee powder onion. Place the jacket in a large box and cover it from all sides, cut in half raw onions, making sure they do not touch a thing. Tightly close the box and leave it on for two days. Then hang on a hanger and out into the fresh air for ventilation. The sharp smell of the skin will noticeably weaken.
Dissolve in warm water a small portion of liquid soap without dyes, lather. Add ammonia (one teaspoon to 200 grams of soap solution). Wet a sponge or cloth and thoroughly wipe the entire jacket. Leave for 1 hour, then rinse the jacket under running warm water and allow to dry away from sources of heat (you can just wipe the thing dry with a soft cloth). Then wipe the jacket castor oil, liquid colorless petroleum jelly or glycerin (without any additives). Let the oil soak in and go over the leather again with a soft cloth.
Take in equal quantities of fresh rich milk and turpentine, mix well. Wipe the resulting solution jacket. Let the turpentine and milk fat to penetrate, then wipe with a damp cloth and brush colorless cream for leather.
Make a weak solution of potassium permanganate (it should be pale pink), add 3% solution of hydrogen peroxide (3-4 tbsp per 200 g). Wet cloth and wipe the jacket. The smell will disappear. The procedure can be repeated several times if the first time the smell has not disappeared.