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What Freshener / Odor Neutralizer to Use?

Discussion in 'Model S: Interior & Exterior' started by iffatall, Feb 28, 2014.

  1. iffatall

    iffatall Member

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    What kind of air freshener do you use in your Model S? How do you use it? Where do you place/attach it?

    I want to know what options we have, and compare them.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. jerry33

    jerry33 S85 - VIN:P05130 - 3/2/13

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    So far I haven't used any. The Model S isn't a smelly gas car.
     
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    Just Right Guard/my armpits.
     
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    Chas F Model S 60kWh #P6396

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    Ozium. Supposedly the best on the market. Got mine from Discount Auto Parts but I'm sure you can find it on Amazon. Get the original scent and give yourself some time before you have to drive the car. It might be a bit overpowering at first.
     
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    None yet...but no food in the car, so no old french fries or drink boxes under the seats.
     
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    I used a Dakota bomb in our Subaru last summer; it worked really well in getting rid of a lot of the odors. Otherwise, I use Sonax Car Breeze. Ultimately I'm curious about Chemical Guys Stripper Sent. (Not really.)
     
  10. iffatall

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    Just to clarify on my OP, there are no odors in my car, and I do not smoke. Sorry, the title was probably misleading. I just like to have a fresh scent when getting in the car. Is there anyone using a freshener? If so, where do you place it? Actually where to place it is the more important question for me.

    I know I might sound crazy picky, but I am trying to avoid hanging something on the mirror, sticking something on the a/c vent, and to spray something manually. I wonder if there is anything that does not do these.
     
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    sprinkle baking soda & cinnamon on the carpet under the mats and vacuum it? might work & it's natural
     

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