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Old 08-02-2013, 10:45 PM   #1
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Any way to achieve that new car smell. I remember when I got my car from the (used) dealership it had a certain smell to it but it's now gone. I know they sell those new car smell freshener but let's be honest it doesn't really smell like a new car. Anyways any way to get that true new car smell
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Formaldehyde in your engine and recoat it in plastic lol
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Formaldehyde in your engine and recoat it in plastic lol
Googled that word and nothing but cancer stuff came up
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Well yeah, it's terrible for you... it's embalming fluid. But it sure keeps the new engines nice! Then it and the plastic burn off... hence the new car smell
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Idk if we're talking about two different things. I meant the interior smelling
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Yeah. The new car smell. I'm talking about the NEW CAR smell. You can smell it inside when you're driving a new car. Ultimately I was joking about doing that stuff, I was just informing you how new cars get that smell...
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Oh ok that explains the lol haha but I guess I'll stick to freshers. Whack something about that smell is so addicting
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All that cancer!
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hypothetically where can one buy this stuff if someone would want to try this
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If you mean like what I was saying then. Just no. All the parts are coated in a thin plastic, it's not feasible. If you're talking about a new car 'scent' then idk lol
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Any way to achieve that new car smell. I remember when I got my car from the (used) dealership it had a certain smell to it but it's now gone. I know they sell those new car smell freshener but let's be honest it doesn't really smell like a new car. Anyways any way to get that true new car smell
Since you said that you bought your car used and it had a great smell just go back to the dealership and ask the guys that work in the make ready department what they used. I know some guys that mix smells together and it's a homemade batch. It doesn't hurt to ask.
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