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    Hi all just after some advice really as I have already mentioned in another thread someone was sick in my car on Saturday night (first time in 61/2 years taxiing) firstly done the usual cleaned the carpet and seat with autoglym interior shampoo left to dry but could still smell it, then tried the local valeting place where I was able to use an extractor however this morning can still smell it. Can anyone suggest anything that will sort this? Secondly when I got the car I had the interior ScotchGuarded for after the sales woman talked me into it ( your job it might be a good idea, people being sick etc) so should the scotchguard have prevented the sick from soaking in and causing the smell and if yes could I get the dealers who applied the Scotchguard to clean it FOC

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    Try a Neutradol spray or Gel in the car as it is supposed to absorb the odours. I did a few years ago when the youngest brought the contents of his bottle back up as a baby.
    It might be worth asking the dealers for their opinion as you were encouraged to protect it on the advice of the sales woman.

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    http://www.autobritedirect.co.uk/ind...c53b977eb6cbca

    Try the Bubblegum deoderiser, its lovely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCOTTEX
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    Try the Bubblegum deoderiser, its lovely.
    Been on http://www.detailingworld.co.uk/index.php and that exact one has been suggested cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCOTTEX
    http://www.autobritedirect.co.uk/ind...c53b977eb6cbca

    Try the Bubblegum deoderiser, its lovely.
    It smells great. Thats what I use.

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    Rob try Zoflora disinfectant diluted about 10/1 in warm water mate, used to use it on my taxi's when I had them, usually gets rid of smell and leaves car smelling nice, the orange grove one or the standard one are both good and available from supermarkets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robbieben
    Rob try Zoflora disinfectant diluted about 10/1 in warm water mate,
    Yep, that stuff works well getting rid of smells. Used it in the past in the house when the cat I had wasn't well. Got rid of any of the odours from 'spillages' on the carpet.

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    parden the pun but thats a bit of a sickener and theres nothing worse than the smell of puke maybe invest in some half decent seat covers in case it happens again

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    try meguiars carpet and interior cleaner and car odour eliminator. my daughter was sick on my floor in the back and the smell never stayed once i had cleaned it up i highly recomend them

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    Spoke to a ScotchGuard rep and although he said that they were shortly making available a solution for this exact thing that the best way was to use a solution of- wait for it -







    Biological for colours clothes washing liquid and water, tried it and it worked a treat seat and carpet is clean and smell has gone ( and its a lot cheaper than some of the specific car cleaning products), thanx everybody for the replies anyway

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