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I prefer Ozium for the new car smell. As opposed to most "sanitizers" or room fragrances, Ozium does not cover up odors, but eliminates them.

This is BAD shit in a closed environment...contains hormone-disrupting chemicals known as phthalates. If you use it in your truck, let it air out before you get in...

That said, it is commonly used in hospitals, as a particulate encapsulator.
 

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I just throw a dryer sheet or two under my seats for a couple weeks when I have a noticible stench in my truck. Seems to suck out the odor pretty good for a while til she needs it again.

Same here. Better than any little tree I've ever had. I used to rock the coconut little trees, but I drive with the windows down alot and they only last a couple days.
 

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Until they make a little tree that come in the smell of "pure awesomeness" Imma stick with california scents cans :bang::bang::bang:
 

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Its all about the squash scent japanese canister filters. 3 months with the filter wide open and it still smells strong as hell.

you can see it here on my dash pad.

 

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My friend loves Vanillaroma so much he never throws them away. Has like 30 of em on his mirror lol. Its kinda his thing.

Hell, he even took a photo shoot with em.



Believe it or not thats part of the whole "Dub-Scene" (VW/Audi) my brother has always been real big into it and I've been to a couple of huge shows ex. h2o in maryland and a lot of them do this, along with their "pajama-patterned headliners" and "stance" lol

on the real note though, vallinaroma. ftw.
 
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