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    how can i make the interior of my car smell like a brand new car? I've tried calif scent "newport new car scent' pero iba pa rin ang amoy ng brand new car e. May can spray ba na nabibili para sa ganitong amoy? Any ideas?

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    there's no way to renew the smell of a new car... that odor you smell is actually the plastics and vinyl inside your car's compartment emmitting gases from their "curing", so to speak...

    Maybe pag nare-finish na yung mga vinyl parts with a fresh, new vinyl surface, that smell will reappear, but that's highly unlikely coz reuphosterer's vinyl rolls probably have been fully cured already...

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    HAHAHA.... baka dumikit mga rugby boys pag napadaan ka ng Roxas Blvd ha...

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    Masama ang new car scent daw...

    Eto po...

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/asia-pacific/1719214.stm
    http://www.thewbalchannel.com/consumeralert/1630287/detail.html
    http://www.straightdope.com/classics/a990528.html

    Exactly what gives rise to new car

    Exactly what gives rise to new car smell? The answer, not surprising to chemists, is a complex mixture of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), primarily alkanes and substituted benzenes along with a few aldehydes and ketones.

    Nearly every solid surface inside a vehicle is a fabric or plastic that is held together in part with adhesives and sealers. Outgassing of residual solvents and other chemicals from these materials leads to a dilute sea of VOCs floating about in the passenger compartment. The same holds true for new airplanes, homes, and offices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theveed
    there's no way to renew the smell of a new car... that odor you smell is actually the plastics and vinyl inside your car's compartment emmitting gases from their "curing", so to speak...

    Maybe pag nare-finish na yung mga vinyl parts with a fresh, new vinyl surface, that smell will reappear, but that's highly unlikely coz reuphosterer's vinyl rolls probably have been fully cured already...

    mas mainam pa nga yata ionizer na lang gamitin ko...

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    yup yup... nakabili ka? lighter type ba? where and how much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by theveed
    yup yup... nakabili ka? lighter type ba? where and how much?
    i'm planning to buy pa lang, meron akong nakita sa true value sa park square lighter type siya. bili na lang ako nun, sawa nako talaga sa amoy ng calif scent e.

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    I don't like putting a car interior air freshner... It tends to be too strong when you leave your car under the sun for a while and if your air freshner is empty, the interior will start smelling musty and bad. This is expecially true for those gel type air freshners.

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