Odor absorbers & air fresheners


Talking odors, what’s your smelly problem?
November 30, 2009, 5:40 pm
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 Odors are something you don’t ask your neighbors for advice on.  It is something you don’t want to talk to anybody about, but you do want to get rid of the odor or find out what kind of  odor it is . Or you have reached your nose pain point and you just want to find out how to get rid of the odor and be on your way. 

Searches for information on odor and odor elimination to gain internet advice on odors are extensive.  But why?  My thought is that odors are like bugs, there are so many types and that your don’t want to keep them; you want to get rid of rid of them as quickly as possible and you do not want to talk to anyone about your problem. What could possibly be on the life list to get rid or seek how do I get rid of that smell, and what should I use to fix this odor problem I have?  

Asking questions to the internet is the best step.  How can you get rid of an odor or a smell of a: Mice, rats, bugs, weeds, neighbor, boyfriend, old clothes may be at the top of the list getting rid of an odor.  So talk odors to your computer, it won’t tell anyone.  So what type of smell are you trying to get rid of?  What odor has become so offensive that you focused on getting advice on?

A great Q&A is at Innofresh website, check it out.

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When odors are a nuisance, time to find out the where, what, how and who.

When odors become a nuisance, it is time to find out why.  Odor creates an early warning system that alerts the nose that something going on around you  is not right and begins to irritate your nose, sending signals to the brain and creates a pain point with odor. You then smell  the odor, think of it as something you need to fix, clean, or investigate. 

There can be good odors such as a camp fire, or onions cooking, but in most cases, odors mean something needs to be cleaned or fixed. If you smell smoke you look for a fire, if you smell odors you look for the source.

The thing about odor is it is very persistent. It keeps bugging you until you do something about it.  Doing something often leads to a search on the Internet as you try to describe the odor to a search engine and seek a solutions. You would rather tell a computer your odor problem then your friends and family.

The first step is to identify “where” the odor is coming from.  The where can tell you many things about how to get rid of  the odor or bad stinky smell.  Is it fixed by simply  just throwing  a dirty diaper? Or is it more serious, like something stinks and it is coming from inside a wall or coming from your closet, kitchen, fridge, freezer, shoe rack or car?

Once you have identified the general area of the odor, that the “what” comes in.  What kind of odor is it?  Is it a smelly sneaker? Is it a cooked fish smell or a smelly carpet or a cat litter box? is it something you can smell put cannot see?

Once you know the what, then the question can be searched on “how” do I get rid of the specific odor? Or if you can get even more specific: How to I get rid of the odor in my refrigerator? Or even more specific in detail like, how do I get rid of the onion odor in my ice maker in the freezer. The more specific you can be the better the solution will be.

This leads to the “who” of odors.  Who should I trust and choose to fix my problem.  Is is a search that leads you to a  product like an odor absorber? What is the product about?  Is it environmentally friendly? Can it really fix the problem and keep it solved in the longterm. Read the label, is the product non toxic? Is it fragrance free or scented.  What are the warnings.

Do I need an air freshener spray that will fix the problem right now, or I need to call in someone who will do the job like a carpet cleaner or a mold specialist?

Yes ,odors are a nuisance and thank goodness they are, so in their own way odors help you.  They give you the heads up that you need to get rid of that odor or smelly problem right away. Happy odor web searching.