The mildew smell in a car is usually caused by moisture inside an air conditioner, and the simplest way to solve this problem is by using products that spray into the air intake. Let air circulate throughout a car to get rid of bad smells with help from the manager of an auto service shop in this free video on car maintenance.
Today we're going to talk about getting rid of some of that pesky mildew smell that happens every spring and summer in your car. Usually that's caused by moisture build-up inside the evaporator core of the air conditioner. The most simple and effective way to get rid of that is simply use products on the market. This one is PureAir and the way you use that is you actually want to spray the air intake going into the car and the vents. To use it is very simple. The air intake vents are usually somewhere around your wiper arms. To use the product, you just simply take and you spray the aerosol to the vents but that's only half the story. Now, we need to move inside the car. Once inside the car, the same product will be use to spray inside the vents. It's best to do all the vents inside the vehicle. From there, simply start the car and turn the blower on and let it allow to circulate through the evaporator core and that should displace the mildew smell.