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Old 06-13-2006
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Jeff I thought about taking dryer sheets and stuffing them in the floor vents so that if i needed to "freshin up" i could just hit the heat real quick on the floor setting and since heat rises....presto instant good smell!

As for that link...if you scroll down you can learn about some lady whos mother or something like that had her bladder removed and apparently there are some vicous urine smells....i stopped reading really quick on that one....
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lol do you know how flamible those sheets are? arsons use them as wicks lol

but not a bad idea...
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yeah im aware, but im willing to bet that your floor vents dont get any hotter than a dryer...so i think youd be plenty ok.
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thanks asshat now everyone thinks i do drugs.
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Well....maybe you do dingle berry
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i have an "Odor Absorber" thing behind my seat by my sub.
it always smells good in my truck.
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Old 06-14-2006
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Update: after having my sweaty stinky butt in my rig after work today i went out and checked and it still smelled amazingly fresh!

So I would like to thank Anthony's Mom for reading Martha Stuarts Living or what ever it was and telling him about it! Way To Go Anthony's Mom!
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I use those cardboard thingys, its called cocanut bay,OH man it smells good :) its been in there for 2 weeks now and going strong...its made by some candle co. about $2 trsut me it smells like the beach and cocanut
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Yeah those work good. They are made by Yankee Candle BTW.
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Freshen it up with a little squirt of your cologne every now and then, not to much otherwise it gets that french ***** aroma
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Yeah those work good. They are made by Yankee Candle BTW.
Thanks :) I got another one for when ever this one gets old, I'm prepared
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Old 06-15-2006
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I spray Polo, Polo Blue, or Polo Black in my truck.
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Old 06-16-2006
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I have a "truck dugout", so you can imagine fragrance is pretty important to me.
I've tried many different methods including:
  • dryer sheets in the vents
  • Lysol in the vent shroud behind the hood
  • Many retail air fresheners, including the gel kind, liquid spray, and vent-mounted kind
  • Hotboxing the truck with an Incense stick burning in it's burner on the floor-board while I left the truck in the parking lot
  • Oust spray
  • Febreeze spray

Most of those have worked considerably well, but only temporarily. The most potent smell I can find to get rid of my own "potent smell" is a bottle of Nautica Latitude Longitude cologne sprayed from about 12 inches away one time each morning. It leaves a faint trace smell of cologne in the truck all day until I leave work and start the process over again!

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