Date: Mon, 10 Feb 2003 23:06:42 GMT
From: Paul Halliday <>
Subject: Re: Removing Smoke Odour

in article b2912d$19hn8u$, Roland at r.lohse.antispamnopsamnet wrote on 10/02/2003 20:14: > Has anybody a good clue how to remove smoke odour from an ex-smokers car. > I've got my used Saab 3 years ago but she is still a little smelly inside. > Febreze only works for a couple of weeks ... If the interior is velour, a good valet on all the fabric should remove most of the long-term smells. You could try some "Odour Eater" shoe insoles under the seats - the ones made of a kind of charcoal compound. What about sticking some air-fresheners under the rear seat? It would no doubt permeate the fabric and not smell quite so nasty. If you're in the UK, the el-cheapo 50 UK pence "No Smoking" air freshener discs on elastic string from Asda are very potent and smell good for around 6 weeks - even for us smokers :) Paul 1985 900i 16V 1989 900 Turbo S

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