Things You'll Need
Hang the suede jacket on a sturdy hanger and cover the jacket with a large plastic dry cleaning bag. Use a twist tie or rubber band to seal and close off the opening of the bag around the hanger hook.
Fill a clean sock with baking soda. Tie off the open end of the sock tightly with a twist tie, rubber band or by knotting the sock.
Place the sock in the bottom of the plastic dry cleaning bag and close up the bottom opening of the bag with a twist tie, rubber band or by knot.
Hang the suede jacket for a minimum of five days. The properties of the baking soda allow the baking soda to absorb odors. After five days, check to see if the odor is still present. If there still is an odor, repeat Step 3, with fresh baking soda in the sock.
Dampen with water, very slightly, a fabric softener dryer sheet. Place the sheet and the suede jacket in the clothes dryer. Set the clothes dryer on AIR only, and run the dryer, with the jacket and fabric softener sheet, for five to ten minutes. This step is optional and should be undertaken carefully. Although the dryer is set at air only, the tumbling may make the suede of the jacket softer, less rigid and stiff, than it was before. This step will, however, give the suede jacket a very pleasant scent.