Now that football season has ended, it might look like the start of the offseason at your house. As homeowners and renters, we often become numb to the odors that fester inside our home, but, when guests enter, they notice immediately.
Bad smells and stinky bacteria can seep into your couches, carpet, drapes, and other fabrics throughout your home and persist indefinitely. With the help of the experts at Steemer of South Florida, we can eliminate those unwanted odors for good!
- Release the Odors
First things first, open up the windows during the day to let your house air out. Also, the ultraviolet components form sunlight can actually break down and help remove odors, so, while you’re airing out, you’re also freshening up!
- Touching Up the Trash Can
How often do you clean your trash can? Not as in taking out the trash (as we hope you are doing) but actually cleaning the bin itself? Chances are you never do this. Don’t worry, you are far from alone. Just remember next time you’re emptying the bin, rinse out the entire trash can to remove any odor that may be trapped inside.
- Who Needs Candles?
Dryer sheets can help add a clean and delightful fragrance to cupboards, drawers, and other spaces that could use a pick-me-up in the aroma department. Just drop one dryer sheet into the area looking for a boost and enjoy the sweet smell of fresh laundry, all the time. Who doesn’t love the smell of fresh clean clothes?
- Stinky Shoes No More
Is there a lingering smell that just won’t go away? Check the shoes in your home, especially if you have an athlete living under your roof. Sprinkle baking soda into the soles of the shoes and allow it to sit overnight and then vacuum it away in the morning. Baking soda absorbs the odors quickly and efficiently, in a snap!
- The Powers of Baking Soda
Baking soda is a powerful deodorizer. Just like with your shoes, you can use baking soda to absorb and remove almost every foul smell. Does your refrigerator have a strange scent? Open a box of baking soda and keep it in the door to neutralize any odors. Also, utilize baking soda on smelly carpets, rugs and other house hold stenches.
Odors have finally met their match. Just don’t forget, if you need a team to back you up or to just take care of the entire issue for you, the pros at Steemer of South Florida got your back!