OK, for reasons that are too involved to explain (but which involve no felonies whatsoever) our car got left out in the rain for a couple of days a week or two ago. With the windows rolled down. And the rain in questions was the remnants of a hurricane, so there was a lot of it.
Now our car smells like, as Mrs. Evil Captor so delicately puts it, “thousand-year-old urine.” Well, she always has been kinda hoity-toity about these things. We have been able to dry the interior, but repeated spraying with Febreeze has had little effect (“The goggles … they do nothing!”). The worst part of the smell, says Mrs. Evil Captor, is on the drivers’ side seat belt.
Is there anyone out there with some good advice on how to destinkify a car, especially its seat belt which apparently attracts nasty smells? I’m tired of hearing the phrase, “Even worse than your socks” every time she goes for a drive.
And yes, we have seen the episode of Seinfeld about the car with The Smell.