Removing Car Smells: Introduction

Keep Your Car Smelling Fresh

We all know how horrifying car odors can be. Whether it’s the mess your dog left or a spilt glass of milk, accidents happen that can cause powerful odors and future headaches. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be covering how to remove some of the most pungent fumes based on how they’re caused. We will be showing you how to tackle spills, mold, mildew, pet messes, smoke, water damage and more so that you can better take care of your car and keep it smelling fresh. Here’s what the next few articles will look like…

Smelly Spills: Ever spilt the dinner you were bringing over to the family reunion? How about the time your daughter spilt her juice on the back seats? Get a gnarly whiff of that lovely smell a few days or weeks later? Here we’ll show you how to combat the stink and freshen the air.

Pet Smells: We love our pets, but lets face it, they stink. It could be a little accident (vomit, urine, etc.) in the back seat or the sour stench of pet body oil, but either way the stench is hard to deal with. Here we’ll examine some of the top problems and show you how you can rid your car of the funk.

Smokey Stenches: So your car’s previous owner used to smoke, or your brother took the car for the weekend, and now it reeks of smoke. Removing cigar, cigarette, and even fire damage smells can be tough, but there are solutions for every situation – we’ll show you here.

Water Damaged Carpets: If you’ve ever left your sunroof open on a rainy day, you know the smell next week isn’t too pretty. If you didn’t get it fixed right away and thought drying it out on its own would work, we’re sorry ( and so is your nose). So what do you do when water gets under carpets? Here we will cover what to do and why you need to do it.

Stay tuned over the next few weeks as we continue to cover the best ways to remove all types of nasty smells from your car.