Chris... Poor gas in it! LOL, no more diesel smell
Have the carpets and spill areas steam cleaned,then a quality detail shop will have an 'ozone machine' I dont know if thats the proper name for it, but was a box on the wall with a hose that looked like flexible dryer duct. put in winder and sealed off gap with towel and let it run overnight. GOOD as new. Fabreeze might be an option also... First step though is to get rid of excess... Not a good situation your dealer did, thats still burns me
As a former diesel submariner, I can tell you that diesel smell is the most pervasive odor known to man. I've carried new tee shirts still in sealed plastic on a 6 month deployment and after taking the unopened package home and opening it up - the shirt smelled like diesel. That's why I'm far more careful where I step when refueling and if the nozzle looks wet I wear throwaway gloves. I swear it's easier to deodorize a skunk sprayed dog than the cab of a Chevy hit with a good dose of diesel on the floor.
If anyone is interested in the Ozone Generators that dmaxalliTech was refering to, they sell them at http://www.mold-kill.com I have the 800 model. We use it in the house, camper, in vehicles. Works great.
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