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USPony is correct,
The key is heat and air, you acerbated the drying / evaporating time by introducing extraneous fluids (water, cleaners), etc.
The gas by itself would have quickly evaporated and the odor dissipated as long as there was warm air circulating, just leaving the trunk open in a heated garage would have done it in a few days.
Don't beat yourself up, s... happens, the smell will eventually go away and your car is and will be just fine.
Replace the damaged mastic and just chalk this up to experience,
Try getting dog vomit out of carpets, or burned wiring odor, you got off lucky.
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