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Old 04-09-2005, 09:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I know this might sound dumb, but i was wondering what would be a good product or procedure to make my car's interior smell better. My car is smelling a little musty or something (no i dont smoke). Thanks for the help?
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Put a dryer sheet (new) under each of the front seats. that should help.
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u can start by cleaning the headliner, and floor mats... and even the rig underneath the floor mats.. these are the area's in which contain most of the smell in your car.. then u can clean the leather, and then condition it..

also, throw in an air freshener... and buy an air sponge...
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you can buy an ionic breeze for your car... helps in cleaning the air and neutralizes odors... that's what i want to get in my car...
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Actually, your best bet would be to change your microfilter. There's a filter for your climate control, that should be changed once in a blue moon. Your's has probably never been changed, and all the trapped crap over the years, yileds a musty smell in your interior. Change it, and your golden.
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