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Old 07-02-2003, 05:24 PM   #1
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Hey guys i just sprayed my back area on my hatch where the seat and spare is usually just curious how you guys got the spray paint smell out?


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Old 07-02-2003, 05:30 PM   #2
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try febreeze. just spray it all over the inside
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A freind did his also, he just had to wait it out. The smell eventually went away. I would say use febreeze but I thought that stuff was for fabrics.
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Old 07-02-2003, 05:59 PM   #6
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My car smelled like spray paint after I had a quarter panel repainted. The smell will go away in a month.
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Old 07-02-2003, 06:08 PM   #7
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here's how u get the smell out.......
DON'T SPRAYPAINT YOUR INTERIOR!
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Old 07-02-2003, 06:19 PM   #9
 
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Sharper IMAGE Ionic Breeze YES THIS THIG REALLY WORKS.

I use this in my house (paint Room) as well and it works like a charm. There is one made for the car but I emagine if you get one for the Bathroom (about 40 bux) Ionic Breeze Will work even better using an extension cord. Fabreeze wroks OKAY just to mask the smell but the Ionic Breeze will get rid of it. They sell all shapes and sizes. It's a good Air freshener (Main purpose)
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here's how u get the smell out.......
DON'T SPRAYPAINT YOUR INTERIOR!
heres how you help him get rid of the smell
DON'T REPLY TO THIS DAMN POST IF YOU CAN'T HELP HIM!

I've been looking for one of those ionic breezes. do they sell them in stores or what?
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leave your doors and hatch open whene ever possible
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leave your doors and hatch open whene ever possible
I was thinking the same thing.
You could also try putting baking soda on the carpet just leave it in there for like a week and then vaccum it out. Baking soda asborbs smells.
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I was thinking the same thing.
You could also try putting baking soda on the carpet just leave it in there for like a week and then vaccum it out. Baking soda asborbs smells.
you're telling me My girlfriend sticks it in my shoes at night after skateboarding
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thanks trick i hate people that give bullshit answers like that
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i would like to put baking soda on my carpet and leave it but im a clean freak and could not stand the car not being clean!!!!
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i would like to put baking soda on my carpet and leave it but im a clean freak and could not stand the car not being clean!!!!
then leave it in all night long with the windows up, and vac it out the next morning

Edit- the painted surface will stink until all the chemicals have released from the paint, which all depends on air circulation
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i painted my trunk and just opened all my windows and propped my trunk opena nd hauled us up and downa empty industrial road a few times and let it sit for a while with everything open with a industrial fan goin for a little bit... it was fine..
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night before fabreeze the area and the next day drive your car with the windows open and try and air it out as much as possible.it should go away after a week or so
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off topic but doesnt spray paint start to peel in liek 2 years?
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here's how u get the smell out.......
DON'T SPRAYPAINT YOUR INTERIOR!
AHH UH, AND UR FUNNY!
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I did not paint the seats i removed the side panels and the back seat the spare tire and everything from the back to paint the scratched up area in the back please learn how to read
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