Accident Clean-up Question from Keily brooks
Submitted on 26/06/2009
We have recently bought this car on the assumption the odour would go with the windows open. Although its only been a week i am concerned the smell is not getting any better. We have thoroughly cleaned the inside, used bicarb and used a air con cleaner from halfords. Apparently the previous owner had a pet dog, we have leather seats so its not as bad as if they were upholstery. Its a moudly wet dog smell, which I am pressumed is dog smell, as I havent dogs im not 100%. What do you suggest and how much will it cost? We are in Wokingham berkshire so quite a long way away. Model: bmw x5
The smell of dogs is usually a difficult one to deal with even if you do know the source.
I would suggest you call us.
We will need to re valet the interior and then odour kill the car, possibly with one of our strong products. Also we would probably need to fogg the car as well.
If you Call us, we will go through the prices and options with you. We should be able to do it in a day.
Before you make the trip make sure there's no dog hairs in all the gaps like the gaps between the seats. Tip them back wards and for wards and really make sure there is no hairs. If you find them give it a good vac. We us air pressure to force them out into our powerful vacuum machines.
Kind regards The New Again Team
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