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Re: OT: musty furniture?

Theresa, this may not be the answer, but I am reminded of a time
when I was visiting an antique shop and my companion remarked on 
the lovely smell of an old chest.  The dealer said "It's Lemon Pledge."
That might help.
In a message dated 10/04/2007 7:59:54 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
tchessie1@sbcglobal.net writes:

Hi all-
This is a totally nongarden question, but since you are all such a 
wealth of info, I hoped someone might help.  I now own my mom's old 
dresser and the drawers are very musty smelling.  I've tried putting 
lavendar in the drawers- no help.  So I've left them all over for the 
past couple of weeks that has helped some, but still not great.  Anybody 
know how to de-must solid wood furniture?

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