You can use the plastic storage containers with lid and use the charcoal filter pads, to absorb the smell stand the books up right with the pages spread as much as possible. A small battery or electric fan helps to speed up the air movement. A flat container with baking soda will also help, or if the books are above the bottom it can be spread on the bottom.
Standard commercial drying technique is freeze drying if you have some form of container to pull a vacuum on them then freeze them. May help speed up the process, I can tell you that it only pays when the book is very old and rare as it can take a while for the process to work.
Sodium Carbonate is the active ingredient that is in the bottle. along with 95% inert material. that is what is the active mildew/mold killer.
Been there, probably broke it, doing that!
I am not a lawyer, and never played one on TV!
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