How to Get Rid of Cigarette Smoke in Cars
Getting smoke odor out of a car requires that the ash trays are emptied and that a lot of soap and water is used. Clean every part of a car's interior, especially the upholstery, to get rid of smoke odors with help from the owner of a car detailing business in this free video on auto maintenance and detailing.
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Whether you are a cigarette smoker or not you don't want your car smelling like an ash tray. Hi my name is Johnny and I'm with Johnny V's Mobile Detailing right here in St. P., Florida and I'm going to give you a few tips on how you can get that cigarette smoke odor out of your car. The first thing you are going to need to do if you want to get a smoke free car is a) you are going to want to clean out your ash trays and make sure you use a lot of soap and water on them because that is where obviously all the ashes are going to go. Now the smoke and all the particulars they go everywhere in the car. They get on your windshield, they get on your steering wheel, they get on your upholstery, they get in the carpets, they get in everything in your car. So one thing that you want to first do is take a cleaner and wipe down all the areas in your car make sure they're nice and clean. You are going to want to make sure you get the steering wheel, every area in here, your upholstery, your carpets. You are going to want to make sure that you clean your carpets scrubbing them real good. If you have leather upholstery you are going to want to get a leather treatment. If you have fabric upholstery you are going to want to get some upholstery cleaner for your fabric for your seats, in your headboard, everything in your car. You are going to want to wash your windows thoroughly on the inside because that smoke will build up on your windows more than you think it will. O'kay once you have cleaned your car out and you have detailed it the next thing you are going to want to do is to make it smell clean now. These guys here they'll just cover up the smell. That won't really do what you are looking for. I like to use something like this like Febreze Auto. That will get inside the fibers inside the carpet fibers, inside the seat, the upholstery and everything which would keep the smell lasting for a long long time. That's pretty much how you get cigarette smoke smell out of your car. I'm Johnny with Johnny V's Mobile Detailing here in St. P., Florida and that's how you get cigarette smell out of your car.