How to Keep That ‘New Car’ Smell

How to Keep That ‘New Car’ Smell

There’s not much that car-lovers adore more than that new car smell, but just because your car might not be “new” anymore, it doesn’t mean it can’t smell nice! Here are some tips on how to keep your car smelling fresh.

New Car Smell - Wright Buick GMC - Wexford, PA

Stay Clean

Before adding good smells to your car, you’ll want to get the bad smells away. Make sure you’re throwing out old cups, food bags, and other trash items right after you use them.

Air Fresheners

This is the obvious one, but you’ll want to be careful. Using too many artificial air fresheners in your car are a nearly-guaranteed headache. Pick one scent you really like and clip it to a vent for ultimate smell distribution or hang it from your rearview mirror.

No Smoking

Set a strict no-smoking rule for inside your car. Cigar, cigarette, and other types of smoke can cling to your seat material and cause a foul, unpleasant odor to hang around.

Baking Soda

Want to stray away from chemicals and go au natural? Try to age-old trick: sprinkle baking soda on your car’s smelly surfaces and let it sit for a couple hours, allowing it to eliminate those nasty scents. Finally, vacuum it to get the baking soda off.

Of course, if you want a true new car smell, you can always get it from a new car at Wright Buick GMC!

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