Let’s face it, the insides of our cars can often smell. Whether this is due to long hours we spend in them driving and releasing natural body odour, or if it is due to that fish and chip take away you picked up last night, we all know that smells linger. Everyone also knows that these smells can be difficult to get rid of, and because we often use our cars every day, bad smells can make driving an unpleasant experience.
So what can you do?
Many people will try and use a hanging air freshener to combat these bad smells, but these only mask the smell with something more powerful. They don’t tackle to root cause of the problem, nor do they kill the bacteria that causes odours in the first place. Equally, many of these air fresheners are heavily synthetic and can affect people with allergies.