I'm a mother of a 6 year old daughter in Kindergarten and a 24 year old son as well as a wonderful 16 year old step-son. When I'm not tending family duties I work full time and then some as an Internet Manager for a car dealership (feel free to ask car questions!).
When I have spare time (what is that???) I enjoy photography, art and gardening.
November 19, 20100 found this helpful
I consulted my detail guy at the dealership I work, he said that first you need to make sure that all wet areas are dried (use hair dryer if needed). Next, sprinkle baking powder on the carpet and cloth seats, rub into the upper part of your seats. After 24 hours vacuum the seats and carpeting. He also said that if that doesn't take care of it, you can typically bring your car into a dealership or detail garage and have it "ozoned". My personal experience is that the ozone isn't all that great.