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Old 03-06-2018, 08:37 AM   #1  
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Help getting fishy smell out of my seat

Accidentally spilled some of my pre workout drink on my seat, probably about 8 ounces. Now it smells very fishy, more like a smelly vagina. What can I use to get rid of this smell. Itís been a few days so Iím sure it has soaked inside of the seats
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Don't know best way to proceed but couldn't help reviving the Seinfeld Smelly Car incident G/L w/ the solution.

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Body powder, like Gold Bond powder, and some Febreeze.
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One of the best ways to remove odors is by using white vinegar, which is a natural deodorizer available at most supermarket or grocery stores. (It is also a natural antibacterial and antifungal, which makes it extra effective to fight against food or mold odors.) It is safe to use on both cloth and leather car seats. Mix one part white vinegar with two parts water in a spray bottle and spray the solution onto the seats. For cloth seats, you can simple let the mixture dry. For leather seats, wait a few minutes, then wipe off the solution. Repeat the process as many times as needed for the odor to be removed.

After this step you can polish your leather seats preferably with a scented wipe
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Natures Miracle. Available at any pet store. Natural enzymes pet owners use to get rid of urine smells
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Thanks for the advice fellas. I originally was going to do the white vinegar but decided to take it to a detail place and they did an enzyme treatment with some ozone treatment. Man I’m glad I don’t smell nasty ***** in my car anymore. It only cost me 75$, well worth it.
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Ion bombers can be bought for 50 bucks same thing dealer and detail shops use
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