Rinse them, cover the rinsed traps with water, add Chlorox, rinse and dry. The amount of Chlorox depends on a number of things, how many traps, how dirty are the traps, how much skunk essensce is on the traps and how big of volume (container)you used to cover them. I would say to start with between a 1/4 and 1/2 cup per gallon of "covering water". This is not an exact science but it will work. Chlorox is a a fairly strong oxidizing agent and will aggressively attack the mercaptans that give the skunk its characteristic odor.
Peroxides are also fairly strong oxidizers but cost much more and at 40% WILL cause serious chemical burns to skin if not handled properly.
Hope this helps some.