Sunday, November 27, 2016

8 Ways To Fight Back Against Bad Odors

8 Ways To Fight Back Against Bad Odors

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If you’re trying to restore your home’s freshness, here are eight options for getting rid of just about any type of nasty smell that may be bothering you:

Find the Source

As you’ll see throughout the rest of this list, some odors are simply the result of an accumulation or buildup that occurs in a space that hasn’t received the attention it needs. However, if you start to notice an especially bad smell around your house, there may be something that requires removal. For an item that’s rotting away or going through a similar process, no amount of air freshener is going to be able to actually eliminate its odor. Instead, each time a temporary fix wears off, the smell will be worse than before.

Clean on a Regular Basis

This may sound too obvious to be helpful. But the reason it’s a tip worth mentioning is many people underestimate just how important it is to pay attention to small details. If you’re simply going through the motions and not taking an active approach to your cleaning, chances are you’re going to miss at least one area that may be contributing to a smell that you want to eliminate. By just going a little slower and staying truly focused on what you’re cleaning, you’ll find that you’re able to get rid of many odors without even making any changes to your cleaning routine.

Create a Different Scent

One option for dealing with a smell you don’t like is to create something different to enjoy. The simplest example of how you can do that is with a portable vaporizer. Because options like the Pax vaporizer by ploom easily fit in your pocket, you won’t have any trouble keeping it with you. Then whenever you want to smell something different, you’ll be able to load it with the aromatic material of your choice, and then use it to create a smell you will definitely enjoy. If you want to learn more about how the pax vaporizer works, you can read its full details and specs.

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Bake Something

You don’t even have to fire up your stove in order to overpower any less than ideal smells that may be lingering in your kitchen. Instead, you can simply pop a sheet of cookies in the oven, and your kitchen will once again smell inviting in no time.

Eliminate Odors from Your Dishwasher

If you notice that your dishwasher has an unpleasant smell, there’s an easy way to get rid of it. You can either put white vinegar in a cup on the dishwasher’s top rack, or simply pour it into the bottom of the dishwasher. Then run your machine without loading anything else into it. Once it’s done, it won’t take long for the vinegar smell to disappear, and then you’ll be left with a dishwasher that’s free of any odors.

Use Activated Charcoal

This is something you’ll want to keep a supply of around your house. The main reason is it has a wide range of uses. While it’s especially useful for pet odors, even if your home doesn’t have any furry inhabitants, you’ll find that it’s handy for absorbing other smells. And if you do have any cats or dogs in your house, you can put it by their litter box or where they sleep to help control the odors they create.

Stop Smoking

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Cigarette smoke is one of the hardest odors to eliminate. And unlike many other home odors, it’s not just an annoyance. Instead, it can create serious health problems for you and everyone else who lives in your home. Additionally, even if you don’t smoke directly in your house, it can still get on clothes and cause bad odors in areas like your closet. Even though it’s not easy to do, quitting will significantly improve your home’s air quality.

Don’t Forget About the Fan

While a solution like a candle or plug-in air freshener can work well in the bathroom, don’t forget that running its fan for even a short amount of time will also help to pull out any unwanted odors.

No one wants their house to smell bad. The good news is while it’s normal to be grossed out upon discovering a bad smell, chances are it actually won’t be that hard for you to get rid of it.

Billy Smitherman is a 1st year college student that is currently studying for his Bachelor of Arts degree. When he is not writiing about fine are to holistic healing he enjoys meditation, yoga and aromatherapy.

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