11 Cheap and Easy Ways To Make Your Car Smell Good

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10. Use Baking Soda

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We all know that baking soda works wonders in the refrigerator as well as on our carpets. So, it makes sense that using baking soda in your car will help eliminate odors and keep it smelling fresh.

According to an article published by Money Talks News, Jenni of Sweet Pennies From Heaven recommends sprinkling a bit of baking soda on your car’s seats and carpets, scrubbing it in with a brush and letting it sit overnight. Then, in the morning, vacuum it.

9. Hang “Little Trees” in Your Car

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Little Trees Air Fresheners are a classic. They work really well to give your car a nice smell, and they don’t cost a fortune either. Plus, the scent lasts a long time.

There are 40 different ones to choose from, including Black Ice, Cinnamon Apple, Leather, Royal Pine and New Car Scent.

ALL TIME TIP: According to CNET, Little Trees Air Fresheners are a great choice for Uber and Lyft drivers who don’t want to spend a lot of money trying to keep their cars smelling fresh.