Stinky Recliner, how to take out the stink

I've had a recliner for 10 years and it really stinks (probably because of all of the oils in my skin that I leave behind over time). Anyway, I sprayed it with Fabreeze and now it has that stinky Fabreeze smell that makes me want to puke.
Is there anything that I can use or do that will stop the stink?
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ziggs wrote:

Try commercial cleaning or try doing it yourself using appropriate materials for the covering of the recliner. There are companies that specialize if fire restoration that have special expertise in these problems and equipment like Ozone generators, but likely that is going to cost more than the recliner is worth.
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Joseph Meehan wrote:

Ever hang your laundry outdoors on a line?
UV rays from the sun kill all sorts of odor-causing bacteria.
Watch the weather report, and wait until a full week of blistering-hot sun-baked days are forecast.
Set the thing outdoors in full sun. Rotate it each day so that all six sides (left right front back top bottom) get sun.
You'll be amazed at the results.
(Make sure you don't put it someplace where it will pick up ants or chiggers etc).
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ziggs wrote:

Buy Nature's Miracle stain and odor remover from a pet store and get enough on the areas of concern to make them wet or at least really damp. This is an enzyme that will eat up the bacteria causing the smell. Give it a week or so to work it's magic. Reapply until it all goes away.
This stuff works and it isn't harmful if you get it on yourself. I use it on carpet and fine living room chairs with reliable results. I buy it in a plastic quart container.
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ds snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com wrote:

What's in it? (What is the active ingredient(s) according to the label)
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I'd suggest a carpet cleaner, like Rinse N Vac. Spray, and the suck up the wet solution. I've used that kind of thing on upholstery in the past.
Hint: Spray it on, and then use a nylon scrub brush to scrub the fabric. Then vacuum the solution out.
The chair will be wet for a couple days.
Febreze just added more stink. The solution is to rinse the stink out, not add.
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