The Odor Doctors Promotes Expertly Sanitized Vehicles Program

Specializing in vehicle odor removal, The Odor Doctors company has started “Expertly Sanitized Vehicles,” a program where it can walk an auto company through the odor removal process, including marketing, training, customer satisfaction and retention.

According to Frank Simmons, developer of The Odor Doctors, in-vehicle air quality is a major problem that can pose serious health risks. Unsanitary vehicles, including odors, are a sign that something is amiss in a vehicle and can be caused by unwanted chemicals — a variety of bacteria, mold and growth. Too often, these conditions are just covered up with air fresheners instead of being cleaned in a professional manner.

“The Odor Doctors has been in business for nine years, and during that time we have perfected the science of sanitizing and deodorizing vehicles,” said Simmons. “We treat the underlying cause of smell rather than its symptoms. Just as people should want to sanitize their hands, they should want a sanitized vehicle. We take the dealer step-by-step from identifying and properly treating odors that are unique to the specific vehicle.”

Bacteria, mold, and fungus can develop naturally from a vehicle’s air conditioning system or from its occupants due to food and beverage spills, body odor and pets. While other solutions could take hours or days to work, The Odor Doctors can remove most odors — including bacteria, mold and fungus — in less than five minutes.

The Odor Doctors can remove odors from carpets, headliners, upholstery, cup holders and vents. Once the odor has been identified, a corresponding microbial solution is used to target it, according to the company. Using ultrasonic technology, the solution penetrates the odor source and separates the causal element from its source.

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