Odour Removal Question from Ian Brown
Submitted on 10/11/2009
Hi A couple of weeks ago we had a small petrol spillage in our boot, despite every effort to remove the liner and clean it, spraying the boot cavity and car and leaving it overnight, leaving bowls of coffee grinds and white wine vinegar in the boot and car, we cannot totally remove the smell of fuel when you first get into the car in the morning. Any suggestions? Thanks Ian
Sounds like this is a bit of a pain for you.
If you was to bring the vehicle here i would suggest removing the affected fixtures and fittings and dealing with them as a seperate matter, but still carrying out a normal odour removal service on the car.
We have numerous products in house to deal with this problem. I am confident we would be able to turn this arround in one day.
If you would like further advice on how to deal with this problem i would recommend contacting Julie Roberts at Chemspec Europe. Her expertise consists of Decontamination , Flood, Fire & Smoke, Odour & Bio-Hazards (if you click on the attached link it will take you to the Chemspec website
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