Odor experts provide help on How to Remove Odor with simple and informative guides and blogs. You will learn how to get the odor out from anywhere and how to prevent odor without the use of harmful chemicals. If you really want to rid odor without spending a fortune, we will provide an effective eco-smart odor solution.
Basements Can Be A Scary Place!
Dark basements have a tendency to scare kids. Interestingly, these basements can also have the same effect on adults! However, the reasons are different. Children fear basements due to dark corners that transport their mind to a world of monsters. Adults, on the other hand, are terrified of the musty odor that hits their nose when they walk into the basement (more…)
If you have a decomposing dead animal in your home, you will smell it! The odor is very unpleasant and like none other. If left untreated, this hideous stench will spread to your entire house in no time. Furthermore, dead animals harbor disease and other danger so they also are a serious health hazard. As time passes you may get used to the aroma, but the dead animal will continue to harbor diseases and attract insects and rodents that spread those diseases. (more…)
In the summer heat, your kitchen can often become the mecca of horrid smells for your home. With this quick checklist you will be able to defeat the smells that reside in some of the gnurliest spots in your kitchen.
By Louise Baker
Asthma is a condition that affects over 20 million Americans and unfortunately, nine million of them are children. Asthma is a complex condition that comes in two primary forms, Extrinsic or allergic and Intrinsic or non-allergic. Some types of asthma are genetically inherited while others are caused by lifestyle factors that can include lack of exercise and some occupations. There is no known single cause of Asthma, but the well-known contributing causes include lung diseases as well as some genetic factors. Recent research has shown however, that a connection between dampness and Asthma exists and the key to this connection apparently is mold. (more…)
Paint odor can be extremely unpleasant and may concern you because of your exposure to harmful emissions. It is true that painting your house will give it a welcome fresh new look, but at the same time you might end up with new paint odors and new hazards as well. When faced with this problem, many homeowners look for ways to get the paint odor out in the easiest, quickest, and most convenient way to safeguard their family. (more…)
By Louise Baker
The Responsibility of Cleaning Product Manufacturers
The makers of house cleaning products are charged with two tasks – creating products that can offer a deep cleaning of the indoors that will help eliminate viruses, bacteria, allergens, odor, and dust, but also will deliver this strong cleaning power in a form that will not actually make the indoor environment more allergenic by adding chemicals and toxins to the air. If the cleaning products used inside release harmful chemicals into the air, these can actually cause asthma attacks, or can cause them to increase in severity. Thus, companies that make these cleaning products are expected to produce green products that do not have these ill effects. (more…)
Just what is formaldehyde and why is it so important that you remove the obnoxious odor from your home or office?
First, it’s an extremely important chemical that is used both in the manufacturing of building supplies and in several household products. As it’s also found in combustion and some natural processes, you’ll find it both outdoors and indoors. (more…)
There are several chemicals found in children’s bedding, clothes, toys, and other everyday items that pose potential hazardous health effects. While most of these chemicals are regulated by the federal government, there are still health concerns related to even minimal exposure to these toxins. (more…)
What is Multiple Chemical Sensitivity?
Multiple chemical sensitivity, also known as MCS, can best be described through a scenario. Let’s say that you get on the subway and sit next to someone that has a lovely smelling perfume or cologne on. Although it smells nice, it is also very strong and suddenly your eyes begin to water and you begin to sneeze uncontrollably. After getting off the subway, you pass a florist on the street that is spraying his flowers with pesticides. This also makes your eyes water and forces you to sneeze constantly. This is an example of what a person with MCS goes through. MCS is a world-wide health problem that is caused by our toxic environment. It is characterized by an extreme sensitivity to chemicals. (more…)
Air fresheners are commonly used to mask unpleasant odors in the home and other environments. What is not known about these air fresheners, especially the scented ones, is that they contain chemicals that are hazardous to humans. A wide range of health problems have been reported after exposure to air fresheners. (more…)
Anyone who loves the smell of new cars should be forewarned that the chemicals producing that smell can be hazardous to a person’s health. A 2001 study conducted by the Australian Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation in 2001 and a 2006 report released by the Ecology Center which is entitled, “Toxic at Any Speed: Chemicals in Cars and the Need for Safe Alternatives,” both show that the chemical smells given off by new cars are infect toxic and make people sick. (more…)
The United States has made massive investments and efforts to improve our air. As all of this effort and money is being spent we have to wonder if the quality of air has a direct effect on a person’s life expectancy. (more…)