Any ideas for getting Cigarette Smoke out of Cloth Car Seats?

Anyone have any ideas for getting the odor of cigarettes out of cloth car seats and the general interior?

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  • Linda Miller Anderson Linda Miller Anderson on Mar 26, 2017
    Steam clean it. Do you have a floor steam cleaner with attachments? They have the cleaning solutions for odors in them too.
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Mar 26, 2017
    Sprinkle baking soda all over them and leave on over night. Insert odor eaters in a container the ones specified to purify smoke odor.
  • Carol Carol on Mar 27, 2017
    Odoban works
  • Lydia Kass Lydia Kass on Mar 28, 2017
    Febreeze spray
  • Elizabeth Elizabeth on Mar 29, 2017
    I have sliced an apple and left it in the car overnight. Seemed to help a lot!
  • Jcb Jcb on Mar 31, 2017
    You can use water and vinegar spray. It will leave odor for a while but then dissapates. ....half and half. Do not use apple cider vinegar.
  • Rhonda Rhonda on Mar 31, 2017
    Put a bunch of dried eucalyptus from the craft store under the seats. It will absorb the smell and then when you are satisfied, throw them away
  • Susan Susan on Mar 31, 2017
    Any car dealership can fix this for you. They often use large ionizers to neutralize the smoke odor. I'm not sure anything DIY will work.
  • Johnchip Johnchip on Mar 31, 2017
    All the above is utter nonsense. They sell a fumigator bomb in auto supplies that you set off closed car while ac is running. It cleans out the filter systems and the entire car; ceiling, seats, floors, all vents and air system. (and it is like under $10) Only way to go! I lost a sale on my car because they detected smoke odor. Used this, Sold it for 2K more that week.
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