|How Do I Keep Them Out of My New Car? 8/12/18|
Automobiles are often a BIG problem. Many have trashed their vehicles simply because they could not get them disinfected. Leslie's dad got her another car and she asks,
"Hi Richard I'm very concerned and you may be the only one to help. My father just recently bought another car...mostly for me. It's an older rebuilt Honda Accord coupe, great little car but here's the problem! Being older the car has that plush carpeting everywhere...the floors, the doors, the armrest even a shorter version on ceiling. I'm afraid to drive especially after getting rid of my last vehicle for that very reason. With my last vehicle I tried having it professionally cleaned but not so sure that helped. I need to start driving again! Any advice you can give will be greatly appreciated. Thank you"
Thanks for writing.
Before you get in it, make sure you've bathed with NG and have some diluted NG with you.
Spray with ammonia everywhere near where you sit-- console, front of seats, lower dash board, steering wheel, door, when you get out of car and then do the same 30 min before you sit in the car again.
And, it's super important to stay on the dietIf you start noticing problems, in a few days, consider getting ozone generator from our on-line store.
Most likely, Leslie will notice a difference because she's now on the diet, taking baths with NG, and disinfecting her home which will make a huge difference. And, the back-up plan would be to use an ozone generator. At first, when I learned of ozone, I was under the impression that you only had to treat an area one time with ozone. We're now finding that in some cases it may have to be a daily ozone treatment for up to three weeks to destroy the organisms as the they hatch.