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How do I get wet dog smell out of my car?

Is febreeze my only choice? Can I put baking soda in there?
The pups!

Re: How do I get wet dog smell out of my car?

  • You can try putting a box of baking soda in the car, can you clean the seats?
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  • If you have cloth seats, you can sprinkle baking soda on them, then let it sit for a while. Vacuum the seats clean.

    I once had success putting dryer sheets under the front seats for a few days.

     Can you park in a garage with the windows down to let it air out? 

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  • I am afraid to sprinkle baking soda on them, because I have black seats. But I can definitely do those other two ideas! 
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  • How did it go?

    I would say baking soda but if the seats/carpet were damp, that might make a mess.  I don't like febreeze, so I wouldn't personally use it...but many folks like the way it smells.

  • I went out and bought the pet odor febreeze, and it worked amazingly (The aerosol, not the one for fabric). The smell of the febreeze didn't stick around long, but the dog smell went away too. This weekend, I'm going to kick my husband's car out of the garage and park in there with the windows open. I also got one of those baking soda boxes that you can somewhat open and it exposes the baking soda to the air, but there's no risk of spillage. I haven't put it in the car yet, though.
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  • Febreze is always my top choice.  You can also try scrubbing them.

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  • Febreze is always my top choice.  You can also try scrubbing them.

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