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Answered 2010-09-10 14:20:32

There is no way to get it out. You need to throw the blanket away and buy a new one. Trust me. If a person is sprayed with skunk odor, the clothes go in the trash and the person goes in the tub for a miserable hot scrub with the most fragrant soap in the house! Just count yourself lucky it was just the blanket and not the dog!!

At least 1x every summer my dog gets skunked. Last time somehow my husband got the spray rubbed onto his pant leg which then was put into the dirty clothes with my baby/kids clothes. Needless to say a stinking mess. However if make sure the clothes are extra dry and stick them into a trash bag, pour in a decent amount of cat litter and then some of that Arm & Hammer sprinkle on carpet deoderizer. Tie it up and let it sit for a few days, roll it around now and then to coat everything. After that hang it out on the line to make sure all the cat litter is removerd(don't want that getting into the washer). A couple of hot washes and all the stuff was clean and fresh smelling. I did this because 10 dollars on cat litter and carpet fresh was cheaper than replacing all the clothes. However a trip to Good Will and you could buy some new dog blankets for under $10.

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