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Hey I dont post here much, but it there a mechanic industry standard for cleaning up car smells?
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Do you mean car interior or smells in your garage?
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>>19853584

thats all detailing businesses jobs, i worked in a shop and none of us gave a fiddlers fuck about cleaning peoples cars or removing smells

if youre looking for tips, remove the source of the smell and you can get a de-ionizer machine. i used to smoke and when i quit smoking i cleaned all the ashtrays out and rented a de-ionizer machine for a few days. got the smell of smoke out and now you cant tell it was smoked in





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