Top 5 Odour Removing Products – Which is Best?on Dec 22, 2016
Looking for the ideal odour remover? There are a lot of products on the market and home remedies that claim to remove odours, but which one works the best? Take a look at our list of natural and environmentally friendly ways to remove odour:
Baking soda is a tried and true odour remover. Open a box and stick it in your fridge to remove nasty food smells, or sprinkle some in your shoes, on your carpet, or even on your furniture to absorb unpleasant smells.
Vinegar is another natural odour remover, much like baking soda (just don’t mix the two!) Baking soda is better for fabric, but vinegar is great for cleaning kitchen counters, dirty sinks, and more. Use it to clean your microwave, dishwasher, sink, garbage disposal, and other well-used kitchen areas.
Lighting candles are often the first step for many people when a nasty smell invades their home. Although, candles are not real odour removers, they are great for quickly covering scents and adding a little mood to your atmosphere.
A personal ozone generator, or POG, is the ultimate odour eliminator. Unlike candles or sprays, the POG actually attacks bad smells head on. If you are trying to remove stubborn odours from an area, turn on the unit and close any doors to keep the ozone concentrated. Ozone is an incredibly powerful odour remover, and easily the best option on the market for tough-to-remove offensive smells. Once the ozone has had time to interact with all the irritants, odours, and particles in the air or in the area, it will naturally dissipate and leave nothing but a clean fresh scent similar to the air after a thunderstorm.
Find the source
The first step to using an ozone generator effectively or any odour remover is to find and remove the source of the odour. After removing the source, whether the nasty odour still remains or not, use the POG to disinfect and neutralize the area of any leftover bacteria keeping your home clean and sanitized.