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freakshow 06-05-2011 08:01 PM

Getting rid of interior smell?
 
A friend of mine is about to buy a Sienna, but he said inside, it really smells like insence and dried seafood (??).
1. Any local place around Vancouver/Richmond/Burnaby able to offer a cleaning service that would totally remove the smell?
2. Roughly, how much would this cost?

Spartacus 06-05-2011 08:17 PM

Ozonator? I'm actually looking into these services myself. Spilled some stanky liquid on the car seats.

donot521 06-06-2011 12:10 AM

My car smelled like dog and cigarettes....

So a few days ago, I decided to use a damp cloth and just wipe down the headliner(you will be amazed at how much dirt/oil/grime is in there) and oxyclean+damp cloth on the carpeted areas.....I was quick pleased with the results. Cheers.

Prolowtone 06-06-2011 05:52 AM

I steam cleaned every piece of my interior, its 26 years years old. It smelled odd, but it made a HUGE difference when i steam cleaned. Had to get out a few times cause of the smell that came out of my seats and headliner, was like a mix a weed, cigarettes and sweat :squint:. Its actually alot better in there now

Qmx323 06-06-2011 08:50 PM

Air Spencer

CBP_EG6 06-06-2011 08:55 PM

London drugs has this product called air sponge I think it's in a little plastic container and it absorbs bad odors. It's like 8 bucks and it works pretty good
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