Last week, I had a run-in with something I hadn’t ever wanted to see up close and personal.
It ran across the road so quickly that I seriously didn’t even see it moving.
I knew I had hit it even before I felt the bump. It was only a baby skunk, however its odor was as strong as the ten-pound skunk my sibling had previously hit. I was coughing so badly that I couldn’t breathe. I could odor the scent of the terrible skunk with my windows up or down. I knew I had to get rid of the odor, though I wasn’t sure how. I called the auto shop while still in my car, knowing that I would carry the putrid scent with me when I went into the house. The auto shop told me I would need a deep upholstery cleaning and detailing of my car, and he wasn’t sure I would get all the worst skunk odors out of and off the car. He commanded me to take the automobile to the automobile clean and use the deodorizer they had. I then needed to take off all my outer clothing before going into the house and leave them outside. The very next afternoon, I made an appointment to have my automobile detailed. I told the shop what I needed done, and the man thanked me for the warning. She said it takes a special fabric cleaner to get rid of skunk odor when detailing. Everything inside and outside the whole automobile would need to be deodorized. I’m cheerful. Thankfully the man at the auto shop told me about having the automobile detailed, otherwise I’m not sure I would have thought of it.