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Patrol Vehicle Odors -

Our amazing partner, The Proud Police Wife, wrote this article, and we wanted to share it with you. Click the link to check her out.   This is a sponsored post on behalf of Arrest My Vest. All opinions are honest and my own. A patrol car (or maybe you call it a squad car depending on where you live) is like a mobile command center for police officers. Yes, they use it to arrive at scenes, to transport people and more, but it is also their office. Not only does it need to be kept organized but keeping it...

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Patrol Vehicle Odors, Where To Use Arrest My Vest -

Our Partner, Proud Police Wife, has some patrol car tips for your spouse this summer: The summer heat is making everything kinda stinky. That includes your spouse's patrol car. Did you know that you can use Arrest My Vest in patrol cars to help eliminate smells? Yep! Here are a few tips that help: 1. Spray Arrest My Vest odor eliminating spray (it really does knock odors out IMMEDIATELY) on the floor boards and trunk of the car. Our favorite scents for this are either unscented or Midnight. 2. Keep mini bottles of Arrest My Vest spray in the door...

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K9 Odors, Patrol Vehicle Odors, Where To Use Arrest My Vest -

Imagining your day without your K9 is nearly impossible. He's your companion, your partner in crime, and, most importantly, he's always got your six! Day after day, he works just as hard as you do. All that hard work adds up, and it can often lead to odors that are far from pleasant. No, he doesn't sweat like we do ... thank goodness. But, he sure does pick up odors from the places he encounters. Over time, he's been getting in and out of the K9 vehicle, and it's starting to lose its freshness. You notice you've been having a...

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Patrol Vehicle Odors, Where To Use Arrest My Vest -

Here we go again! You've just picked up another drunk guy roaming the streets causing mayhem. The good news is that he's been cooperating and not putting up a fight. You load him up into your patrol car to bring him to the jail for the night.  On the routine drive back to the police station, your lovely passenger has decided his body had a little too much to drink tonight. Out of nowhere, he vomits all over himself, his seat, the back of the seat in front of him, the floor, and everywhere else you can imagine right in...

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