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HOW TO GET THAT 'NEW CAR SMELL' IN AN OLD CAR

Is there a secret to getting that "new car scent" in your car? It may surprise you. The answer doesn't require you to go to the dealership.

These chemicals are used in the manufacture of tires, plastics, seat belts, and other products. VOCs are released when these materials become less useful over time. The smell eventually fades.

What is the best way to recreate this smell? Let's explore.

CLEAN YOUR SEATS

You want your car to smell fresh and clean. You should use a gentle cleaner to clean leather and vinyl upholstery. Also, avoid moisture buildup in seams or folds. Nobody likes to see stains on their upholstery!

Now, clean all upholstery. Some people prefer to use homemade cleaning solutions, while others prefer to use commercial products. Use it only if it's safe for you and your type of seat. Follow the directions on the label.

It is possible to clean cloth seats using a mixture of vinegar, water or baking soda and water.

Add scented seat-covering protectors to your car after it has dried. These protect your car's scent longer than you think and smell amazing!

WASH YOUR FLOOR MATS

Your car's carpets can collect dirt and smell musty. This is particularly noticeable during winter months, when you may be walking on snow or mud in your car.

You can keep the new-car smell at bay by washing all floor mats with warm water and detergent. Let them air dry outdoors. For an even faster process, you can place them in direct sunlight.

You can wash the mats with hot soapy water, and also clean the floorboard. After you're done, dry your floorboard thoroughly.

Then, open the doors and let fresh air in for at most fifteen minutes before driving. Some people suggest that you add baking soda or scented oils on your floorboards. This can cause problems for your airbags and other sensitive parts of the car.

Regular use of air fresheners can restore an old car's smell. You may also want to consider this option. Your car shouldn't smell like your kitchen cupboard.

USE CAR AIR SPRAY

To give your car a fresh, clean scent, there are many "new car scent" sprays you can choose from. These sprays can be sprayed all over the car and left to air dry. You might also want to cover your seats with towels or other fabric softener sheets before spraying. This will ensure that everything smells wonderful!

Another option is to put a car-scented product in your heating and cooling vents. This will give you a blast of luxury car spray each time you turn on your heating or air conditioning.

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