[DML] Re: Nasty smell still.
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[DML] Re: Nasty smell still.

My son read your complaint while I was reading it.
There seem to be companies specialized in odour cleaning.
According to his explanation your car need to be "fumed" like they do 
when having dog smell in your car or when having had a fire in your 

If there have been mice in the car, you best check all openings they 
may have used to get in (even air inlets). Make sure all passages are 
clear and clean before fuming your car.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "cupsdmc" <cupsdmc@...> wrote:
> Well, I have had my Delorean for almost 2 years now and I just 
> get a pungent smell from it.  I have shampooed the carpet several 
> times. Replaced the carpet in the storage compartment.  Installed a 
> brand new headliner.  The guy that I bought it from had mice in it 
> storage.  That is what the smell is (mice urine).  I have used 
> different types of deodorizors and still the smell is there.  
> Where does the fresh air for the ac and vents come from? Any other 
> suggestions? This smell is the only thing stopping me from really 
> enjoying my Delorean. 
> Thanks for any suggestions.

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