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Returns Anonymous 66210

Homemaking anons, please help

I ordered an expensive blanket from Amazon and tried it out for a week but I want to return it. I only used it on top of my regular blanket but it still smells a bit of my bodylotion now and I'm paranoid they won't give me a full refund. How do I neutralize it? I know about DIY fabric refresher sprays but I'm worried it'll end up smelling like whatever I put in it instead of plain neutral. Would appreciate anecdotes from other anons. It's microfiber btw.

Also discuss any tricks to return 'used' items if you want. Protip: Needle nose pliers can open almost any plastic tag loop closure so you can save it and put it back on.

Anonymous 66211

>>66210
Just use the blanket you are going to sleep better in it.

Anonymous 66215

>>66210

I work somewhere that vends through Amazon. Just return it anyways, you’re well within the 30 day return window and amazon pretty much always takes returns, and then the vendor is the one who eats the loss not amazon. Once it’s returned the vendor has to dispute it with amazon to get amazon to pay them back if something is out of place.

Anonymous 66216

>>66211
I don't sleep better in it, which is why I want to return it and try something else

>>66215
Oh interesting, thank you! For some reason I love hearing stories from people who work in industries like that

Anonymous 66264

>Protip: Needle nose pliers can open almost any plastic tag loop closure so you can save it and put it back on.

Genius

Anonymous 66821

It's a blanket, how expensive can it be? You can get a cali king goose feather blanket for like 40 bucks. What's it made out of?

Anonymous 66866

baking soda neutralizes odors



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