Getting Rid of Mouse Odor in Car?

The car sat for over a year and smells horrible inside. We tried baking soda, shampooing the interior and the trunk with a Rug Doctor machine, even added vinegar to the cleaning solution. Nothing worked. Then we found 3 different mouse nests - 2 in the back speakers, and 1 in the air vent blower below the dash board. We've removed the nests and bleached these areas, but it hasn't helped. Now it's cold out so I'm not sure how to clean/get rid of the smell now. My clothes smell from it and I can't believe it's a good thing to breathe while driving. Help!


By Jesse H. from Osseo, MN

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April 18, 20170 found this helpful

Try buying a 13 oz can of cheap coffee and open it,sit it in vehicle with windows up for 24 hours and that should work. Throw coffee away when finished. Read this in an article.


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