The most common questions are “How do I remove the smell of cigarette smoke?” and “My child vomited. How do I get rid of the smell?”
Most bad smells in cars are organic (e.g., food, urine, vomit, tobacco, grass, mold, mildew, etc.).
An Odor Killing Recommendation
Odor problems are easy to take care of with some of the new cleaners on the market. If you need something in a hurry, try Kids ‘N’ Pets Stain & Odor Remover.
This cleaner use enzymes, a surfactant and denatured alcohol to remove stains and kill odors. The enzymes kill odors by stopping the organic material from decomposing.
So, when your kid or the dog throws up all over the backseat, spray Kids ‘N’ Pets Stain & Odor Remover. The mess will go away.
Don’t use it, and you’ll be smelling that odor for a long time.
No Smoking Please, No Really
Tobacco smoke is one of the most difficult smells to remove from a car. The smoke permeates everything, including the foam rubber used in seat cushions.
You can successfully remove most of the tobacco smell by thoroughly shampooing the carpets, upholstery and headliner.
After cleaning thoroughly, use Hi-Tech Total Release Odor Eliminator to complete the job.