Q: My dog vomited in my car and now there's a heater vent smell

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My dog vomited in my car and I believe some of that vomits found its way into the vents of a car. I have used several different cleaning Agents but to no prevail. Help us find a product or should I use a professional to get rid of the awful smell that comes on mainly when we use the Heat. # no more stinky car

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