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I grew up around Asians from several different countries. My best friend and my goddaughter are Chinese. Not one of them ever smelled sour or malodorous that I can recall. I think this may be a case of over-generalization. You may know someone with poor hygiene or with different dietary habits, but that can have an effect on anyone. For instance, if a person eats a lot of curry, garlic, or onions, the scent may come through their pores. If it is a scent that you are not used to yourself, you will notice it more.
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Often pre-soaking the load with an oxygen or enzyme based product before washing regularly will remove the smell. Some products you may want to try are Clorox 2 or Oxy-Clean. …They have both worked well for me in the past.
I use a little dab of bleach in the wash (or color safe bleach). It helps, but unfortunately once the smell gets in - it never truly goes away. Prevention is the best remedy! … after years of the problem..... Make sure your dryer vent lined is NOT obstructed... make sure you are using the right amount of detergent... also make SURE your cold water line is not patially obstructed or this rinse cycle will not ever be complete...wash towels with a few squirts of "spray and wash".... after washing like this.... tumble dry for about twenty minutes and then hang outside to finish drying IN THE SUNSHINE.... the sunlight kills many of the microbes that cause odor... done 3 times a year, i have never since had any problems with even the most PLUSH towels!!!!!!!!!!
I suppose, but it takes a lot for honey to go bad. (Unless it has been contaminated or mized wiht something else, honey is good for years for its shelf-life.)
Perfumes start to smell sour when they are old. Try a new, fresh bottle. If you do have a fresh bottle, try a different brand of perfume. Perfumes can smell different on… different people.
Sour milk or any food that has gone bad.
Wash them with your regular detergent and a cup of vinegar.I have done this several times and it has always worked. Use hot water.
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It is likely spoiling. Might be a good idea to throw it away.
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Smells like a hygiene issue.
some do if it's a loud one an some don't if it's a tiny one.
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There are several things that should work. You can re-wash them in your regular detergent, then dry. Or you can wash them with a cup of baking soda instead. You can also wash …them with detergent plus a cup of baking soda added together in the wash water, which would probably be the best solution. Once the clothes are washed again, and if the odor is gone, dry them immediately to prevent the sour smell from returning. Also, hanging them in sunshine after washing will help a lot, too.
Spray some Clorox Clean up. Or pour some bleach on it.
To remove the sour odor of clothes you generally wash them (again if they have already been washed) with detergent. When my brother moved out of our parent's home he left his …old baby blanket that reaked of his body odor. My mother wanted to keep it because it because it was something personal to her. It took 5 washes to get the odor out. If washing clothes in detergent do not remove the odor the next step would be to mix fragerance liquid (to pour the liquid of air spray onto the clothes).
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