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Posted:any tips for how to wash off kerosene and its odor from fabric and leather? i recently spilled a bunch of it on my leather bag and the interior of my car. yuck! very stinky, very gross. right now i am trying dr. bonners peppermint soap but it is too early to tell the results. any cleaning info would be good!
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