Sniffed Your Car Lately?
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By | 30 October 2019 | 0 Comments

Sniffed Your Car Lately?

Sniffed Your Car Lately?
If you are the kind of person who uses a car as a mobile trash can, then you are facing more than just upholstery.


Dirty cars can be filled with insects, bacteria, mold, pollen, and other irritating and pathogens that are destined to let you sneeze, itching and even getting sick. Consider the fact that if you are like most Americans, you spend an average of 75 minutes a day on the car. This is several times most people spend in the bathroom!
To make your car  as healthy as possible, follow these tips:
Smell the air. If your car smells like dirty socks, it may be moldy. Check the air conditioning coil, which may have mold, the carpet in the car and the trunk, and the old blanket thrown in the back seat after the son's football game last weekend (the game they played in the downpour). Then do battle: remove mold or moldy items, use the most powerful cleaner, not leave the fabric to clean the residue, and do everything possible to thoroughly dry the interior of the car. 

Clean the car and organize it regularly. Keep in mind that in terms of health, a clean interior is more important than a clean exterior, so the car wash process is not important. Make sure to clean the carpet and upholstery every few months (unless there is leather inside), wipe the inside with a damp cloth, use the mini trash bin and throw away any rubbish every day, and try to control the sundries.

Roll the window up, especially when the weatherman said for rain. Moisture and carpet are dangerous mixtures. The result — mold — can cause a plethora of health problems, ranging from allergy and asthma exacerbation to wooziness and even neurologic problems.


Make sure the air conditioning system is draining properly. If moisture accumulates and is not lost, it can provide a desirable breeding ground for mold.
Keep air flowing. Suppose you want to bring a friend to catch a cold. If you don't break windows or open external vents, just circulate bacteria-laden air throughout the car, which can get you infected.

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