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Try rinsing with vinegar. Or lemon juice. Febreeze or Baking powder?

I don't know how tomato juice would work, but you are supposed to use it to get rid of the smell of skunk. (on your body)
 
I do not know what country you live in, but in the U.S. there is a product called Odo-Ban. You put it in the rinse cycle of your laundry and it removes unwanted odors. I have used this product and know for a fact that it works. If you don't have access to this, you could try using plain baking soda in addition to your regular detergent in the wash, and also in the rinse cycle of the laundry and that can also help. Good luck.
 
Get some "fruity soaps"!
LOL
 
Fill the washing machine with water first, then add an 1/8 cup bleach and soap. Agitate it for a minute. Then put your clothes in. I would add borax or baking soda too. But be sure the soap, bleach and what ever else you add are mixed well in the water before you put the clothes and give the clothes room to agitate. When putting the clothes in only put in about half of what you normally do. Then ad a rinse softener. If you wash thing in a softener first before wearing them I find stains and smells do not get into the clothes fibers as much.

 
I wonder if washing/soaking in tomato juice would work since it is supposed to get the skunk smell out of a dog?
Otherwise, I'd use only those pig clothes while out on the farm and change in the barn.
 
Have you tried putting baking soda in the wash?

 
If you have already tried baking soda, go to a pet store and ask for an enzyme cleaner. These are used for removing pet odors and they really work. They take out any kind of organic soil and odors. You need to follow the instructions, but it's easy. You'll have to let the clothes soak for a while.
 
put some 20 muleteam borax in with your regular washing soap. you can find it where you buy your laundry soap.
 
Use lots and lots of downy, you should be good to go :)
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