“Simple Odor-Removal Tricks”

When the warmer months of summer hit, it can sometimes seem like every odor in your home comes out of the woodwork.

As a matter of fact, you may have thought you had taken care of certain odors, only to find them coming-on stronger than ever.

Heat and humidity can cause odors that have been masked to rise to the surface and infiltrate the air of your home.

Now, please understand, odors don’t mean you have a dirty house. As a matter of fact, they are just part of living and come from everyday sources like cooking, smoke, spills, and pet stains.

But while odors are a part of life, you don’t actually have to live with them.

Taking the following steps should help you banish bad odors for good:

Odor-Removal Trick #1: Wash and/or dryclean (according to manufacturer’s instructions) all clothing, bedding, and drapery to get rid of cooking and smoking odors.

For persistent odors, wash things a second time in a formula comprising four to six tablespoons of sodium phosphate, one cup of household chlorine bleach, and a gallon of warm water.

Odor-Removal Trick #2: Because odors can lodge in upholstery, clean all upholstered furniture according to manufacturer’s instructions.

Odor-Removal Trick #3: To remove odors caused by old food, clean out refrigerators, stoves, cabinets, and cupboards. Pay special attention to hinges, drawer slides, and other areas where food can become trapped.

Odor-Removal Trick #4: Call us to have your carpets professionally cleaned.

Odor-causing agents like bacteria, food, spills, and pet stains can burrow deep down into your carpet fibers where they linger and smell.

Unless you really know what you are doing, attempting to clean your carpets yourself can stir up old stains and smells, and can leave you worse off than before.

Not only do we have the tools and knowledge to rid your carpet of yucky smells, we can also make them look almost new!

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