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how do you guys get your trucks interior smelling ooo soo good??
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multiple air freshners, don't leave them in open sun, they'll get eaten up quicker. Don't leave socks or cigarette butts in the truck neither.
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i cook a big juicy ribeye and chuck it in there... let it sit for a couple days....mmmmm...
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i date beautiful girls. They smell good
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well, I date golddiggers... they smell good, too.. but i paid for ti.
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Only let people get in your truck that smell good. Its true, their odor will permeate your seats.. other than that, air fresheners and keep your windows cracked/ open every once in a while.
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I smoke a cigar in mine every month with the windows closed! Nah seriously I just febreeze it, although I really want someone to smoke a cigar in My cadillac, It used to smell like my grandpa's Cigars in there, but now it just smells like mothballs and armor all!

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Some cigars smell good enough to use for that
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i used inscence once... i actully smelled really good for about a month but then it got kinda stale...right now it really doesnt smell like anything i dont think
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John- I have a Romeo y Julieta from Cuba that Ill smoke in your Caddie...Its a good smellin c-gar and Im close by....
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Mix half water and half downy fabric softner and u get febreze, well thats what i use it seems to last longer and its cheap
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Holy! Thats an outstanding idea Mr. Griffis! Why the heck didnt i think of that!!!! Dang Im gonna go do it right now, I have some Lavendar Vanilla Downy that smells nice and the g/f washed my linens in it and I have to admit...its kinda nice....
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My mom read this in some home magazine, I was like no thanks, but then she tried it in her's and I have been using it ever since
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isnt fabric softener kinda greesy though?
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^ good point!

Maybe I aught to start reading some Martha Stewart Living or something!....or no...
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Hey It's worth a try right,I didn't think it would work either.It doesent make your clothes greasy though, maybe add more water if it does
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But has it made your interior greasy? Also where would you recomend spraying it? Headliner, seats, floor???
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Mine doesent feel greasy, I just spray it on the seats and under em, no carpet on my edge and its hard to spray on the headliner. Try it and let me know, works good for me.
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Im gonna go do it right now!
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Hmmm...smells good! Anthony I think that works pretty good! I even sprayed the backs of my seats!
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damn that was pretty quick, glad to help. GREASSY??
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i was going to but i found out we dont have fabirc softener jsut the dryer sheets...maybe i could hide those under the seats or something...

quick search and i found this....http://www.thriftyfun.com/tf977753.tip.html
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i was going to but i found out we dont have fabirc softener jsut the dryer sheets...maybe i could hide those under the seats or something...

Tip for anyone. Dryer sheets repel mosquitos. So use two when you do laundry :-) They work wonders up here!
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That's probbly not a bad idea either. I have done started something it's all good until we go wash clothes and realize wtf happend to the fabric softener.
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i was going to but i found out we dont have fabirc softener jsut the dryer sheets...maybe i could hide those under the seats or something...

quick search and i found this....http://www.thriftyfun.com/tf977753.tip.html

Ok 2 capfuls the link says, maybe i have been using too much, but 2 capfuls seems like it wouldnt be enough for 3 days old McDonald's fry smell.
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