Febreeze will leave behind a scent. There's a spray called No B.O. that's used for boxing gloves, hockey equipment, etc. It neutralizes odors instead of masking it. You should be able to find it at most sporting goods stores.Originally posted by WRXnooB
i've thought about using Febreeze but i am concerned if the febreeze itself will leave a scent behind also?
im not a big fan of aftermarket scents
the ionic breeze suggestion is really good. I might invest some money in it but does anyone know if it works and how well it works? i'd just want some feedback before i spend 40 dollars on it.
cleaning the upholstery sounds like a good weekend project for me
The ionic breeze was the first thing I bought for my car. I actually didn't like the new car smell and wanted to get rid of it. I've had it in the car for a year, and my car is completely odor free (even after I puked in it a couple of weeks ago , but that's another story ) If it's any consolation, Sharper Image has a good return policy.