Thoroughly cleaning your Alaskan vehicle doesn’t just mean taking a spin through our Sudzy Salmon Car Wash—although that’s the best place to start!

You will want to keep your car looking its best on the outside and smelling its best on the inside, but that new car smell doesn’t last for long! There are a few things you’ll want to add to your to-do list to freshen up your Alaskan vehicle’s interior and you can count on Sudzy Salmon to fill you in!

Wash Away the Dirt

Did you know some car odors can start on the outside? It’s true! Mud and other odor-causing contaminants gathered from your travels can make their way into the interior and actually prevent a fresh smell. Start by taking a trip to Sudzy Salmon and giving your vehicle a top notch car wash to eliminate any chance of these contaminants from entering your vehicle.

Detail Your Car

We’ve shared in a past blog post how you can detail your car’s interior at home. Everything from hosing off the floor mats to using a toothbrush to clean hard-to-reach crevices can help keep odors at bay. You can also use Sudzy Salmon’s vacuums to remove any dirt or grime from the interior of your vehicle.

Clean the Vents

You’ll also want to go straight to the source to remove any odor-causing materials from your Alaskan vehicle— the vents! Many environmental factors can play a role in what comes through your car’s vents, even causing mildew and mold growth.

Consider adding a new cabin filter and add an odor eliminator or diffuser to bring a pleasant smell back. It’s important to choose an odor eliminator versus a freshener as these directly target bacteria-causing odor, neutralizing and resolving, instead of simply masking them.

When you’re ready to spring clean your Alaskan vehicle, Sudzy Salmon is here to help you get your car looking its best!

See you at the wash!

Sudzy Salmon Car Wash
13120 Old Glenn Highway
Eagle River, Alaska
Ph: 907-622-SUDZ (7839)
[email protected]

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