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    Ok so I jumped the gun after the bicarb suggestion and have loaded them up with it and put them in front of the heater. I'll vacuum out once it's dry and hope I didn't do the wrong thing - never thought to put rags in. I'm sleep deprived and so not thinking straight

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    It'll be fine. Bicarb soaks up moisture then cakes and you can vacuum it out.

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    Beware of drying moisture too fast on leather though. Not too close to heater. Better to dry leather slowly.

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    I'd handwash them with laundry detergent and a cloth and leave them to dry undercover. They will definitely dry if left long enough, but you could use a hair dryer on medium heat on the inside if they are still damp. Also, there is a deodouriser spray called Febreeze I get from IGA that I spray on the carpet and couch cushions once I've washed them when Dd has accidents.

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    Newspaper scrunched up works well to absorb moisture and odours. Could then probably combine with some of the other posters suggestions.


 

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