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Angie Gates
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Monday, September 09, 2002
15:47:23
Subject: Smell
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How do you get rid of the smell that some dried flowers seem to have? I dried some orange colored roses that a friend put in an arrangement and they have a urine smell that is very strong. I also noticed this with other flowers that I dried. Is there any way to get rid of the smell?


dscott
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Monday, September 09, 2002
22:36:21
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Some flowers just have 'that' bad smell when they dry (e.g. caspia, sea lavender). To be honest, we just avoid using (growing) them. I am not familiar with any product that would work.

Now in some cases, under very high humid conditions, a flower can actually mold. This mold can produce a terrible smell. In this case, throw it away and next time place the flowers in a different, more airy, location.



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