There are a number of different approaches you can use, here is a list with some pros and cons for each.
ziploc bag full of kitty litter-
pros: is the cheapest option, is the least likely to spill when in transit if it's tightly closed.
cons: it can produce fumes that aren't entirely pleasant, and getting something smelling like cat urine into people's cars is probably not going to be popular.
scented incense sticks-
pros: this will work well for any car with an open window or sunroof, helps eliminate scent from smokeshafts or smoke damage from pets who've been sneaking off on their own adventures outside.
how do you make car air fresheners?
car air fresheners can be made at home. on one hand, they are so easy to make that it would be akin to cooking up a bowl of instant oatmeal when all you need is hot water. however, the chances of contamination that could impact your wellbeing or even your family's safety is significant. don't let this possibility intimidate you in any way though! check out these different recipes in order to get started!
1) mix 3 liters of water with 10 drops essential oil (breathe deeply!) add 8 drops with cotton balls or sponges
2) pour 3 ounces witch hazel extract onto 2 pounds dry ice
3) place 4 tablespoons white vinegar with 1 teaspoon
what material is used for car air freshener?
air fresheners are an excellent compliment for automobiles. the smell is so potent that it can act to mask or remove other smells lingering in the cabin or upholstery.
the most common materials used are fragrant oils, fragrant paper products, and sometimes fragrant candles manufactured with certain designs created to disperse their fragrance over an area quickly. most of these special candles use soy waxes which burn cleanly to create nice fragrances without producing smoke or ash while they burn!
lately air fresheners have taken on a new form with the invention of the electric car air sanitizer. these devices use ozone (o3) to oxidize bacteria and natural germs before releasing them into the atmosphere; this