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Don’t Cry Over Spilled Milk in Your Vehicle, and Don’t Sell Your Stinky Car to an Unsuspecting Dairy Farmer!

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According to an article that appeared in Consumer Reports magazine in September 2012, spilled milk causes are horrid smell in anyone’s vehicle.

“There is almost nothing worse than the smell of rotten milk in a car carpet,” National Public Radio’s Car Talk host Tom Magliozzi says. In the article he went on to joke that in this case you could sell the car to an unsuspecting dairy farmer.

Funny, but we wouldn’t suggest it.

Bring your stinky vehicle to Odor B Gone in Mission Viejo, Calif., and save yourself time, effort, frustration and money. Your automobile insurance will likely cover the cost of having us take care of the awful smell and anything else that is going on to smell up the interior of your vehicle.

We take care of stains and stinky under-the-hood issues, too.

Once again, according to the Consumer Reports article, it is cited that if your car has ever harbored spilled coffee, a sick child, or a smoker, you know how hard it can be to remove a bad smell.

Hey, we totally agree. That’s why we do what we do.

Through our patented processes, we eliminate odors. (Not just cover them up.)

We work direct with consumers as well as with car rental companies, police agencies, used car dealerships and insurance companies from all over the United States. There is no reason why a stinky car in Missouri can’t be sent to us in California to be decontaminated! So don’t let distance stop you from giving us a call. We’ll help you work out the details. We want to help you.  

As the Consumer Reports article states, there are obvious odors and other types of smells that aren’t so obvious. Right and right.

Those odors that are obvious can come from things you can actually see, like garbage you forgot to toss or spills you know are there. It is always best to toss any food containers or trash before they have a chance to stink up the car. That’s a no-brainer.

Keep the interior of your vehicle as clean as you can. If a spill happens while you’re driving, it’s a good idea to pull off the road when it’s safe and address the spill. Why not keep a roll of paper towel in your vehicle? Once the liquid has a chance to set into the fabric of the seat or carpeting, the damage is well on its way to stinking up the car.

There are less obvious causes of odors that you likely won’t be able to eliminate on your own. You can try covering them up by using air fresheners. However, these products are only going to do what they are manufactured to do… just mask a smell.

By not addressing the real cause of the odor you can be causing yourself physical harm. Ever heard of “toxic vehicle syndrome”? The odors inside vehicles can actually be toxic.

Finally, the Consumer Reports article cites advice that National Public Radio’s Car Talk hosts Ray and Tom Magliozzi offer drivers of “odoriferous cars.” The hosts say a fishy smell could be antifreeze leaking into the car through the heating system. A smell that arrives when the A/C is first on could mean the evaporator drain is blocked. Mold from a water leak requires you to pull out the carpet and pad underneath, vacuum both sides, turn the carpet over, spray the back with a bleach solution or other fungicide to kill mold spores, then let it bake in the sun. (They also advise rinsing off the solution with water before drying the mat.)

We have to ask why do it yourself when you can have us take care of any odor-causing problems with the interior of your vehicle? (Unless you know how to take the entire interior apart, clean it the right way with the right environmentally friendly cleaning supplies, and then put everything back together again to like-factory condition.)

Learn more. Visit www.FixMyStinkyCar.com.



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