[pure-silver] Re: Rubber Floor Mats

If they are natural rubber based (they may smell sort of like an 
automobile tire) they may not air out. But if they are a synthetic there 
may be some help by airing, but it would be difficult to predict how 
long it would take.
Camclicker@xxxxxxx wrote:

> My dream  mats are turning nightmarish, however, as
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>>the smell wafts up from  
>>the basement & permeates the entire house, even the
>>top  floor. 
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>The only solution I have ever heard of that worked was to take the mats  
>outside and leave them in the weather for a couple of  days.
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