Meguiar’s says it can make your car smell like Fuji at Sunset

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Fuji Sunset joins scents to make your car smell better | Meguiar's photo

Happy with the way your car’s interior smells? If not, Meguiar’s not only offers New Car, Sweet Summer Breeze, Citrus Grove and Black Chrome air refresher scents but has just introduced a new fragrance, Fuji Sunset.

Unlike those scents that hang from your rearview mirror, Meguiar’s Whole Car Air Re-Fresher products come in a spray can.

“These easy-to-use products work fast to quickly eliminate unpleasant odors and leave behind a fresh, fragrant-smelling interior,” the company said in its announcement.

“Able to cure the smelliest of interiors, Meguiar’s Air Re-Fresher is unlike other conventional air freshener products that temporarily mask smells. Instead, this revolutionary odor eliminating product uses advanced chemistry to permanently eliminate unwanted odors at a molecular level wherever they may be. 

“Further, the aerosol dispersion technology provides a solution for the whole car by using the car’s air-duct system to circulate the Air Re-Fresher’s vapor throughout the vehicle’s entire cabin to find and instantly neutralize unwanted smells.”

Meguiar’s also provides special usage directions:

“Place in the center of the car with the Air Re-Fresher nozzle facing away from you. With the engine running and parking brake on, turn the ventilation system fan on high (circulated cold air), close all windows and doors and exit the vehicle. After 10-15 minutes, turn off the engine, open all doors and allow the car to sit for an additional 10-15 minutes before experiencing a refreshing, sweet aroma that will remind you of the tropics!”

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The new scent should be available in retail outlets soon, with an MSRP of $6.99.

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A former daily newspaper sports editor, Larry Edsall spent a dozen years as an editor at AutoWeek magazine before making the transition to writing for the Web and becoming the author of more than 15 books. In addition to being Editorial Director at ClassicCars.com, Larry has written for The New York Times, writes a weekly automotive feature for The Detroit News and is an adjunct honors professor at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.

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