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Old 05-16-2003, 08:04 PM   #1
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YIKES! I spilled some nasty stuff in my car (back carpet). Whats the best thing for cleaning nasty water or juice out of the carpet. The stain is gone but it still smells.

What cleaners do you guys use
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well you could use like "Resolve" and just put a ton of it in the area, it will be strong enough to hide the smell. and then get some hanging tree air fresheners.....like a "new car scent + vanillaroma mixed is the ****!! trust me, open both tree'* and hang them together....guarenteed to get rid of any smell :P
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If the stain is gone....then kick in some Febreeze Auto. I use that schtuff and its gooood.

Also my new car Glade and my pine forest air freshner.

As for the stains. Doesn't that loud-mouthed infomercial guy sell oxy-orange or whatever, guaranteed to work...LOL

If I was you and the stain is really bad, I'd head to detailing shop and ask them what kind of chemical-knock-you-on-your-a$$ product they use
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thanks guys its all taken care of. the stains are gone and the smell is out.
main reason i asked is because somone got in my car and told me it smelled like smoke so i was gettin' a little worried.

but its taken care off.
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Great to hear...can't stand musty ol smoky a$$ smell in my car...oh new car smell freshners are top notch
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thanks guys its all taken care of. the stains are gone and the smell is out.
main reason i asked is because somone got in my car and told me it smelled like smoke so i was gettin' a little worried.

but its taken care off.
Gettin worried from smell of smoke?? What kinda smoke are we talkin bout now to get you so jumpy and paranoid?
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