8. Try Scented Candles
The Yankee Candle Company makes scented candles you can keep in your car.
According to the company’s website, Yankee Candle’s Car Jar Ultimates give “long-lasting fragrance” and “will keep any space smelling great for up to a month!”
Not only that but, according to an article published by CNET, they do a good job getting rid of cigarette smoke smell, too– if you’re not a very heavy smoker, that is.
ALL TIME TIP: CNET recommends beachy and cotton fragrances for eliminating the smoke smell.
7. Get an Air Vent Clip
Febreze Car Unstoppable air vent clips are air fresheners that you clip to your car’s vents. The clips have an adjustable dial that lets you determine how much or how little fragrance you want to pump into your car.
They come in two scents — fresh (which has more of a clean fragrance) and shimmer (which has a more perfumy smell) — and last for up to 30 days.
You can find Febreze Car Unstoppable air vent clips just about anywhere — Target, Walmart, CVS, Amazon.com. They have a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $4.49.