You will need
  • - a hanger for clothes,
  • powder,
  • - air conditioning,
  • soda,
  • - 9% vinegar,
  • soap,
  • - onions,
  • - bleach
  • - matches and candle,
  • newspaper.
The smell of perfume quickly disappearing under the influence of heat, light and oxygen. Hang clothes on hangers on the air and in the sun, for example, on the balcony. And leave it to air out for a few days. This method is well suited for outerwear, which can not be washed.
Wash things with powder and softener manually or in the machine in the mode of intensive washing at the maximum allowable temperature. If desired, add ¼ Cup vinegar to the rinse cycle. Then rinse the stuff with the conditioner to remove the remnants of acetic aroma.
If the clothes bright, add in the Laundry chlorine bleach. If the fabric is colored, you will help oxygen bleach for colored clothes. Essential oils are well washed out these funds, leaving no trace, no scent. Thoroughly rinse items to remove remains of detergents.
If the smell of perfume long stays in the room, ventilate the room, burn some matches, or light a short candle – fire "kill" any odors. Peel and slice onions into wedges and place in a bowl, half filled with water. Put the bowl in the center of the room where stood a long while the aroma of the perfume, and close the door. Leave the onions to "work" for at least 2 hours to absorb the unpleasant odors from the air.
If the flavor has soaked into the upholstery, sprinkle it with "smelly" place soda and RUB with a brush, leave the soda at least an hour to absorb the flavours of the fabric. Then just vacuum the sofa or chair.
If the aroma of your perfume became annoy you, RUB the body part that you applied the perfume, a mixture of baking soda and water, or simply wash the skin with soap and water.