I’m sorry to hear about the stinky leather seats… Most of the time, odor in leather seats is indicative of bacteria growth—gross, I know. But if you can successfully kill that bacteria, you’ll kill the smell with it.
Here’s how to make leather car seats smell good.
Start by mixing one part white vinegar with two parts water in a spray bottle. Spray the seats and let them sit for at least five minutes. Be careful not to soak the leather, as you can cause water damage.
Wipe away the vinegar solution with a clean cloth and allow it to fully dry. Repeat as necessary until the smell is gone.
Steam cleaning is another great solution to killing odorous bacteria. What’s great about it is it won’t harm your leather seats! However, it may require you to rent or buy the proper equipment.
To keep your leather seats smelling good, be sure to wash and condition them at least twice a year. Again, always allow them proper time to dry if they become wet.
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