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Old 01-31-2004, 11:57 AM
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It's a sign... God doesn't want you to buy a Durango... he doesn't want anybody to buy a Durango.. not after the horror stories I've heard about them being unreliable... they look cool though..


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err what's a Desoto?.....
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We use to own a dry-cleaning plant. On the wet side of processing cloth we had an odor killer called Exit. When I would hand clean rugs and upholstery I would use that along with a mild soap in our little bissel green machine. See if you can find a cleaners that will give or sell some to you it runs about $18 per gallon. Aside from that you could dissolve a double or tripled concentrate of 20 Mule Team Borax there company info from the back of there box, if you can't find it in the laundry detergent aisle (it's a cream and teal colored box with red writing and horses pulling wagons) their information is 1800 457-8739 or www.purex.com

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Borax

Them aint horses, those are 20 mule team. It is a big hole in the ground out here in Mojave Desert, CA. Yes, that stuff also works and smells nice. You can safely sprinkle sum under the carpet between the carpet and the pad. Good stuff.

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New to Board and First post. We all have to be new at some time. Let me know if I did not do this the "correct way"
I have had great results from a product by Neutron Industries called D-Molish.
http://www.neutronindustries.com/Pro...DMolishNow.htmwww.neutronidustries.com/products/DMolishNow.htm

I first used it on Furinture for a cat problem. Have used it on the cars with fresh mice nest's in them. We all know how nice that smell can be. I took out two 55 gallon trash cans full of mice and nests. They stored bird seed in the trunk. After treating it smell was all gone. It is a Enzime product that you mix 50/50 with water and spray it down good & Let it sit. The longer you keep it damp the better penatration you will get. Hope this helps.
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I asked my brother-in-law, he's in the car finishing business. He paints them and puts new carpet and recovers seats and sell's them and stuff to make a living. Anyway the dude told me to tell you to rent a steam cleaner like for doing furnature inside your house and steam clean the seats and carpets, they probably have dog pee on them. Oh yea, get the stuff with the deoderizing agent to do the job right.


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Old 02-04-2004, 08:28 AM
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Poor Man's Deoderizer

Go to your local upholstery shop and beg scraps of leather. Stuff them up under the seat of your car. When the car gets warm, those scraps make the whole car smell like it was just refinished. Mask almost anything.

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