Whether you light up before a concert, in the parking lot at the end of a long workday, or give your friends a ride as they smoke, pungent weed smell can linger in cars long after the smoke clears. Because of the nature of weed smoke, it can embed deep into vehicle interiors, including seats, carpet, dashboards, cloth ceilings, and air conditioning systems.
Traditional air fresheners — like those pine trees, aerosol sprays, or vent clips — can temporarily mask pot odors. But they’ll just come back as fragrances wear off.
Stash a 2 oz. bottle of Cannabolish spray in your center console or glove compartment. It’s scientifically-designed blend was developed specifically to neutralize the odor molecules from cannabis smoke. Just pump a few sprays in your air vents, on your seats and carpets, and in the air. Turn on your AC, and let it do the rest.
Many smokers use Ozium products to get rid of marijuana smoke smells in cars. However, "air sanitizers” like Ozium use toxic ingredients that can be harmful to people — especially after in contained, concentrated areas like vehicles.
For scented air fresheners like Febreze, many studies have shown that dangerous chemicals can hide behind "fragrance” on product labels. In University of Washington research of common air fresheners, they found on average 17 chemicals in each product — nearly a quarter which would be classified as toxic or harmful.
The odor you smell in marijuana smoke comes from compounds made in the plant called terpenes or terpenoids. These smelly compounds can be cancelled out by introducing similar terpenes from other plant oils (like "fighting fire with fire”). We designed Cannabolish to destroy the unique stink of weed smoke, using science we’ve developed over 30 years of removing the toughest odors around the world.