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Sometimes when you enter your car, you perceive a foul smell within the car. The foul smell could be as a result of  degrading organic materials like milk spills, vomits, mild dew or mould etc. Despite cleaning up your car the odour seem to persist. Below are ways to remove odour from your cars.
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FIND OUT THE CAUSE OF THE ODOUR
Sometimes the odour in our car might be due to debris of food item, fruits and other degradable substances which weren’t properly disposed.

The first step to solving the problem of odour in your car is finding out the origin of the odour and removing it of it’s still inside the vehicle.
WASH PROPERLY
Washing your cars proprerly is a vital step towards removing car odour. Wash your car with water and car wash. Make sure you brush off the part of the vehicle the odour is originating from properly and clean up every trace of the debris in the car.

Use a soft cleaning cloth to wipe every plastic, wood, glass, and metallic surface inside the car. If you want to use anything other than warm water, rely on mild detergent as it will be safe for most surfaces, and glass cleaner for glass.
DRY UP THE CAR
Once you are done with washing the car the next thing to do is to dry up all the moistures in the car. This is because damp car interiors will sprout up another foul smell. Use a vacuum cleaner if you have one to scoop through the car interiors. Open the doors of the cars to expose the car to sunlight and air.
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