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Old January 25th, 2010, 09:12 AM   #61
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Steam clean the headliner and floor if you can. Dont do the seats because the water will soak into the foam. Id do the baking soda on the seats with vacuming after OR the spray can carpet scrub. I worked for a car rental place and thats what the detailers would do to get the smoke smell out.
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Start by wipeing everything down I used Auto carpet cleaner on everything the foam cleans the crevis very good and a shop vac

Next get some vent cleaner from the local auto parts store does a good job make sure you run the blower with the windows open for a good half hour after your done.

Bakeing soda in trays in the back seat for a week or so.

Good over all cleaning of all the seats and carpet.

Clean the ash tray out good and the area behing it.

leave windows cracked for a few weeks and a large portion of the smell will be gone.
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Old January 25th, 2010, 10:01 AM   #63
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Steam clean the headliner and floor if you can. Dont do the seats because the water will soak into the foam. Id do the baking soda on the seats with vacuming after OR the spray can carpet scrub. I worked for a car rental place and thats what the detailers would do to get the smoke smell out.


I can see that happening.........

One of the guys from work farted in the pass. side of my work truck. For the next 2 days, the truck would smell like fart again when anyone put weight on the seat.......
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