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This thread got way stranger than I thought it would be judging from the title. But also sad to see that no one mentioned Mishna Torah (Rambam). . . .
That’s what I was thinking? Would little pod-like ones work?
Who in the world doesn’t like the smell of new tefillen?! I am talking about tefillen that has been worn daily for a number of years. Contact with skin and hair and being stored in a small leather bag imbues it with a less desirable odor. Are there small items that can be placed in the bag to absorb the smell without imparting a foreign smell into the tefillen?
What about something that can be put in the bag along with them to absorb odor?
Would something like that work? Without having to actually chemically treat the tefillen themselves?
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