Do you enjoy the smell of gasoline? You’re not alone. Researchers have found that the pungent odor of gas often evokes nostalgia — from sepia-tinted memories of helping Mom mow the lawn to the anticipation felt waiting at the pump before a summer road trip.
There’s a lot of emotion associated with the smell of gasoline, but obviously, sniffing gas fumes isn’t doctor-recommended — they suppress the nervous system, causing a temporary (but potentially hazardous) buzz.
So after you’ve gotten your momentary high from filling up the tank, use these tips to remove gasoline smell from your hands, the car, or the garage floor.