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Re: [T3] Heater smell (was: NO HEAT)



> On 26 Jan 2005 at 9:50, David V.N. wrote:
> 
> > From: "C.Rochambeau" <T3@binauralaboratories.net>
> > > Perhaps placing a bag with some stale baked
> goods [like cinnamon raisin 
> > > bagels or some
> > > other pleasant smelling thing] behind the seats
> where it will get hit with 
> > > heat will
> > > counter the smell of rodentia as it washes out.
> > 
> > Great idea,that.

White vinegar is pretty good at removing, or lessening
organic smells.  Soak the item throughly, then let
dry.  The vinegar smell might linger for a bit, (but I
would say vinegar has a less offensive odor than mouse
urine).  If need be you can follow the vinegar
treatment, (after it has dried) up with open
containers of baking soda, (not directly in an air
stream though ;-)  


Cheers,




=====
John La Francois 
Blauvelt, NY 
'65 Notch S (Nubb) Awaiting rustoration 
'67 Beetle (Bubb) Currently under rustoration, by owner 
'98 Jetta GL (Wolfgang) Wife's Daily Driver 
Director: Lower Hudson VW Association 
http://www.geocities.com/lhva88

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