Natural Burlap Fabric (40” x 5 Yards)-NO-FRAY Burlap Roll-Long Fabric with Finished Edges-Perfect for Weddings,Tree Wraps For Winter,Table Runners, Placemat,Crafts, and More.Decorate Without The Mess!

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Size: 40 Inch x 15 Feet
Sale price$32.90 Regular price$38.90
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  • POPULAR CHOICE Measures approx 40" Wide x 5 yards long and is perfect for a variety of applications
  • ECO-FRIENDLY Natural Burlap made of 100% Jute eco friendly and 100% Biodegradable material
  • STAY CREATIVE Great for arts & crafts, sewing projects, decor, wedding decorations, outside in a garden or nursery and more
  • OTHER APPLICATIONS Can be used table runners, and be cut into various shapes for maximum creativity
  • NOTES The burlap fabric may have a distinct scent that will fade over time

So you've bought burlap! It arrives at your door and you're super duper excited while opening up your package, and then there is an odor that fills your nostrils. You look around, question the smell only to realize it's coming from the burlap. Don't freak out!! Because burlap is a natural material made out of jute it's only normal for it to have a natural scent to it. So breathe, it's going to be okay. Below is a list of ways you can get rid of the smell. Air it out The simplest way and the first thing you should try is airing it out with some fresh air. Burlap is usually shipped in plastic which sometimes may strengthen the smell. Unfold the burlap and lay it out in an open space for about a week, but make sure your open space can protect the burlap for the natural elements especially rain. A space like a garage or a porch/deck that has a roof can be an ideal place. If you don't have access to any of the above spaces it's okay. You can air out the burlap indoors it just might take a bit longer but a trick is to have it lay where there is a good amount of sunlight. Wipe it clean This process is a quick fix to your problems if you don't want to wait an entire week or so to get the smell out. Since burlap is a rough material, take a towel or rag (something that has weight to it). Dampen your towel/rag with water and add a little bit of soap or detergent, you don't need a lot burlap is already a pretty clean product. Once you've got your soap and water mix or water and detergent mix unfold your burlap on a flat surface and rub the burlap down with your rag/towel. Sprinkle some of that baking soda Another way to get rid of that natural scent is sprinkling a little bit of baking soda on to your burlap. I mean if it can deodorize that food in your fridge it can say bye-bye to the burlap odor. When I say you need a little bit of baking soda, I really do mean a little bit. You definitely don't want your burlap to smell like Arm & Hammer.

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