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  1. How to Keep your Car's Interior Feeling Fresh Everybody loves stepping in to a fresh smelling car. Whether its that coveted “New Car” smell or your favourite scent, keeping your car free from foul odors can make driving a much more pleasant experience for both you and your passengers. There are a 3 ways you can freshen up your car’s interior Car Fragrances Air Ionizers Fumigation Car FragrancesWhile there are many car fragrances in the market, many use harmful chemicals that can not only lead to a headache with prolonged exposure but also cause harm to your body when inhaled for long periods of time. Use Bullsone Air Care products which contain only 100% Natural Essential Oils which leave a pleasant scent in your car. One of our most popular models, Pola Family Sunvisor comes in 5 refreshing flavors, Lavender, Mojito, Grapefruit, Aqua and Floral. Each fragrance lasts up to 50 days and refills can be purchased! To add a touch of sophistication and class to your car’s dashboard or cupholder, Grasse Luxury range for fragrances are specially formulated 100% Natural French Essential Oil from “Charabot” in France. The Grasse L’esterel range features more masculine scents while the Grasse Diffuser range feature more citrusy and refreshing scents. Each unit lasts up to 3 months. Love animals? Then the Pola Family Vent Clip range is for you! Featuring 8 adorable animals with unique scents and a FREE refill pack. This model of fragrance can be placed directly on your aircon vent lasting 45 days. 2. Air Ionizer Foul smells emit positive ions. Using an Air Ionizer helps to neutralize any foul odours by releasing negative ions in your vehicle. Powered using a cigarette socket, Bullsone Air Theraphy Ionizer not only helps to neutralize foul smell but releases a refreshing scent in your car. Watch the video below to see its effectiveness against smoke! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j1rrzVdn2o0 3.Fumigation Lastly, if all else fails, Fumigation is the best alternative. While ionizers and Fragrances will only mask the foul odor, Fumigation rids the problem effectively. Bullsone Salladin Fumigator for A/C System is a 2 in 1 solution that not only get rids of any Tobacco, Vomit, Sweat or Food smells in your car, it cleans the A/C unit as well! This eliminates the need to service your A/C unit at a workshop. Spend less and DIY! Available in 3 scents, Forest, Mint and No Fragrance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B2zoXclTJoU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1p2-YUtOECw&t=502s Visit https://www.bullsone.com.sg/ We are giving away 10% off for all air care products, with no minimum spending. PROMO CODE: NOTSMELLY
  2. You might have tried cleaning your car interior with disinfectant, or clip air fresheners to your air-con vent, and realise there is still a slight odour. This is because, the problem most likely lies inside the air-con vent. It's not a pleasant experience especially when you turn the air-con blower up on a hot sunny day, and realise theres an odour. This is due to bacteria growing inside the ventilation system, or bacteria that died due to unfavourable conditions. Moisture in the system, coupled with our warm weather, provides the two basic necessities needed for bacteria to thrive. Sometimes, the conditions inside the ventilation system change due to a variety of factors, making the environment no longer suitable for the bacteria's survival and it dies. When this happens the stink given off is the same as when food rots. It's almost impossible to try and prevent bacteria from living inside the aircon filter. Turning the heater up isn't going to 'burn' away the smell, neither is turning the air flow to FRESH AIR. A moderately effective method is to spray deodorant or disinfectant 'into' the vents. Another solution that might be more effective, is using mustard powder and water (vinegar mixed with water can also be used) and spraying it into the vents. After spraying, run the blower heater at maximum heat for 4 - 5 minutes (Open all the doors while you do this). After which, there might be a strong vinegar smell (If you used vinegar), spray the inside of the vents with air freshener or even a little bit of water, and let the blower run on full power for a few minutes, just to dry it up. Be sure to repeat these steps if your car has rear cabin vents. There's actually not much you can do to prevent it from coming back. But one thing you can do is to check and make sure the drainage opening for the AC unit is not blocked, If it is, moisture will accumulate and give the bacteria a reason to live. You should see a fair amount of water dripping out from under your car right after parking. If the smell you're getting isn't like bad breath or rotting food and doesn't seem to be coming from the vents, it could be a leak from your exhaust system, causing exhaust fumes to get into the cabin. Exhaust gases contain carbon monoxide, which you really don't want entering your cabin. If you don't already know, Carbon monoxide is colourless, odourless and initially, non-irritating. Inhalation of the gas can cause "light-headedness" and headaches, and on rare cases, can be fatal. 'Oily smells' however, suggests something might be wrong in the engine bay while excessive braking. Very poor use of the clutch with a manual transmission will also give off smells. So, make sure you get your vehicle inspected and serviced regularly and if you aren't confident with dealing with the odour from your vents yourself, get your trusted mechanic to do the job for you. And most of all, keep you car cabin clean.