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I expect they've sorted it out now- 5 years on...
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Ooh Sherbert poor you. I've avoided letting anyone non-family in the car but can't pull it off much longer. Thanks for the tips everyone, now I'll have to find my bicarb
I copped out and had the car valeted after DD threw up in it, as I was collecting my new boss from the station. The car was only 6 weeks old.
lots of my friends recomend zoflora, it is very strong, sold in a little bottle and you have to dilute it.i use the bicarb method and sometimes dilute some essential oils and then use that hth
I have scrubbed mine with Boots disinfectant (smells nicer than Dettol) and boiling hot water.
Oh and a steam cleaner - that really helped
We used bicarb, oust and febreeze on ours which helped - on seperate cleaning attempts I must add, not all at once. We could still catch a whiff of it every now and then tho.
Hi, says it all really, dd had the vomiting bug. My car has non-removable carpets. I've used spray foam cleaners but a week on it's dry and stinks still. Would appreciate any tips to remove the smell not just disguise it. Many thanks.
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