If you can no longer identify the odor in your car, or where it's coming from, it's time to take a step back and re-evaluate your life. Or at least re-evaluate your car's odor control system. Maybe the pine-scented tree hanging from your rearview mirror or that cute little plug from Bath and Body Works isn't working anymore. The solution could be as simple as fresh air in a can.
To use the product, you need to leave your car on with the fan blaring at the highest level. Then give the can of Air Refreshed a good shake, set it in the cupholder, press down on the nozzle and let it rip. The fragrance will shoot upwards out of the can like a geyser and disperse throughout your car. The product is only $8.99 and comes in three scents.
Some commentators shared their love of this product. "Can confirm these are legit 💯," @dougchurlik said. "I've used several of these on multiple cars. Always works great!" @crimsontidejosh said. "Great stuff," @heelover32 said. "Use two cans and no issues. I've used them on at least four cars and every time it worked perfectly."
Other folks prefer old fashion methods, like changing the cabin air filters or using Febreze. Some even expressed their concern about the vapor leaving residue all over the interior.
You might want to give this a shot yourself to see if the comments are true. It might become your new go-to. If not, you can cross it off your list and move on to the next possible solution.