I love the smell of a damp futon in the morning ... wait, no I don't.
August 20, 2008 10:01 AM Subscribe
I just discovered an absent-minded guest left a damp towel on top of my futon, which of course got the futon damp. It was there about a day before I discovered it, and now both the towel and the futon have a very slight musty smell. I figure I can run the towel and the futon cover through the wash with some baking soda or something to get rid of the smell there, but I'm concerned about the futon (which is cotton with a foam core). Should I just let it finish drying out and hope for the best, or is there something I can do now to prevent a lingering odor and/or futon ickyness?
posted by I Said, I've Got A Big Stick to Home & Garden (9 answers total)