"It's way more prevalent of an issue with smells coming back in our vehicles smelling like weed," says Thad Szott, co-owner of Szott M-59 Toyota in Waterford. For Thad and his crew, they're having a hard time cleaning their rentals and loaners.
"The depreciation to the vehicle is real. I mean that's 5 to 10% differently when you can't get the smell out on a used car lot."
"It's a little more oily-based so that's one of the reasons it's a little harder to get out," Thad says. He says the smell is harder to remove than cigarette smell.
In one instance, he says his crew had to use three of the smoke bombs to get the smell out and had to charge the driver $300. "And really still didn't get the whole smell out of it."
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