Hudster Posted May 2, 2012 Report Share Posted May 2, 2012 (edited) My fiancée has been saving to buy a TT for ages. She finally collected it last Thursday, and had a permanent smile since the minute she got she keys. She drove to a ball on the Friday night, and gave another girl (normally very sensible type) a lift home, but sadly this girl had had too much vino and threw up. Very little sick actually touched the car. The bit on the leather seats came off easily, but a small amount went down the side of the seat and a lot went on the seat belt, which probably later recoiled and took some vomit back into the mechanism. I cleaned the car as best I could. We then got a professional valet round (at the girl's expense!) and he did a cracking job - visually it looks better than new. He spent 3 hours on the interior alone, but you can still smell it, it's definitely noticeable. The valet did use one of those smoke bomb things when he left, but even that doesn't seem to have resolved it. I really want to sort this for her, so the car either smells like leather seats again or nothing at all. At the moment it's a horrid mix of sick and air freshener Are there any tips for removing the lingering odor? Someone said to leave peeled oranges in the car overnight, but perhaps they were pulling my chain? Edited May 2, 2012 by Hudster Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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