Remove Odors from a CarA smelly vehicle is an unwelcoming one, so it can pay off to know how to remove odors from a car. As it turns out, you don’t have to perform a complete detail of your car’s interior in order to remove unwanted smells. In fact, removing odors from a car can be relatively simple and inexpensive. Here are a few ways to keep your car smelling fresh without breaking the bank.

Citrus Peels

Having a citrus fruit as a snack or for breakfast is a great choice for your health, but did you know that the peels can help remove odors from a car? Simply place orange, lemon, or other citrus peels in a cup. Place the cup in your car for a few days. The peels will absorb most smells and leave it smelling fresh.

Newspaper

Newspapers have many uses, and one of them is removing smells left behind by cigarette smoke. Taking care of that smoky smell is as easy as crumpling a few newspaper pages into balls and leaving them to sit in the car. The newspaper will absorb the smell overnight and leave your car smelling fairly fresh the next morning. That, you gotta think, qualifies as good news.

Dryer Sheets

One of the most simple and inexpensive ways to remove smells from a car is by wiping the seats down with a dryer sheet. For stronger smells, place a dryer sheet beneath the seats to suppress and remove the smell over time.

If you want to get your vehicle looking—and smelling—tip-top again, simply bring it into Gossett Hyundai Mazda Mitsubishi for a professional detailing. We’ll have you back on the road without the funk in no time.