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My truck smells like my dog, HELP! - April 23, 2008, 11:24 AM

My Pointer mix rides in the back seat and therefor there is a ton of hair all over in the backseat. The regular car wash vacuum is no match for this tiny hair as well I can't seem to get the wet dog smell out of the vehicle. Is there any products that you can recommend to clean and refreshen the vehicle? Is that member from C-ville area that does detailling still on here?
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April 23, 2008, 11:28 AM

Steam cleaner - febreze - leave window open on nice days.

Once you DO get it clean... Affix a think blanket to the seat that you can periodically wash.


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April 23, 2008, 11:31 AM

If my truck smelled like wet dog, it would be an improvement!


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April 23, 2008, 11:33 AM

Walmart sells a cat odor cleaner that smells like baby powder. It gets stains & dirt out like you wouldn't believe and it smells good. If it says it can get out cat odor, it can get out any odor. I use it on the carpet at my house and it even gets out some old stains that were there. It has a pink sprayer in a white bottle with a cat on it. I think it says "OUT" on the lable but can't remember exactly.


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April 23, 2008, 11:34 AM

Your auto store should have some foaming upholstery cleaner with a fragrance and a brush. Before using that, use some tape (like duct tape) to catch all the little hairs.


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April 23, 2008, 12:42 PM

yep use a roll of industrial duct tape and just go to work. I ended up using half a roll just to get all the hair out of my old wrx that my dog left. White dog hair on black suede was horrible. My truck has grey leather so i dont worry about getting the hair up now. I periodically febreeze it to keep doggie smell to a minimum.
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I <3 Febreze...Our couches smell like dog/cat and I Febreze the hell outa them bitches every day
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April 23, 2008, 12:56 PM

Steam clean with nature's miracle . You can pick this stuff up at pets mart. This stuff is like magic for stains and eliminating smell. Its not cheap but if you want the smell to go away and never come back use this stuff.
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Steam clean with nature's miracle . You can pick this stuff up at pets mart. This stuff is like magic for stains and eliminating smell. Its not cheap but if you want the smell to go away and never come back use this stuff.
+1 on Nature's Miracle! Its amazing how well that stuff works. Sharon and I used it to pick up after the dog when we were house traning him.


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+2 - I forget about that stuff....


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April 23, 2008, 04:17 PM

What I love about the Element, no fabric for hair to stick too.

+whatever on Nature's Miracle, stuff's great.

At least you're not this guy - http://g35driver.com/forums/showthread.php?t=212883
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April 23, 2008, 04:57 PM

I bought a "car hammock" for the back seat for my pooch -- it hangs on the rear head rests and the front head rests, and is like a big waterproof blanket. It's machine washable too.

And +11ty billion to Nature's Miracle. The "miracle" part is no lie.


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April 23, 2008, 06:56 PM

http://www.daycon.com/img/files/catalog/CarpetCare.pdf

use the Fresh n Clean...the stuff is amazing and you cut it with regular water. A gallon lasts about 3 years, it works as a spot and furniture cleaner in the house and a degreaser for the bike.


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