Gasoline spilled onto some clothes in my brothers car, and he brought the clothes through the house to the washing machine. What to do?
The entire house smells like gasoline. Is this a risk?
- elhighLv 76 months agoFavorite Answer
Wash in the machine, but by themselves. Don't dry them yet.
After washing the first time, wash again with other clothes. That ought to get the vast majority of it out. Then you can dry them.
- 6 months ago
Soak in water and wring the clothes out several times before using laundry soap and water to do the same. Then you can put the clothes in the washer.
- Girlie ElectricsLv 76 months ago
Air out the clothes well (outside) before washing.
- Anonymous6 months ago
Open some windows. Fresh air gets rid of gasoline odour. There is no risk or there would be piles of corpses at gas stations.