It doesn’t matter how clean you are, most people will come up against issues with odour in their home at one time or another.
Pets, small children, smokers, mildew, and food rot are just a few of the things that can cause offensive odours in properties.
To get rid of these odours, your Average Joe will generally head to the supermarket to pick himself up one of the many deoderising sprays to get rid of the offending smell and make their house smell like roses/citrus/lavendar/strawberries/pot-pourri.
These sprays may make the house smell pleasant for a little while, but they’re actually just masking agents which cover up, or hide, the existing odour with a fragrance that is stronger and more pleasant. And while these fragrance sprays may be a good temporary measure, they won’t get rid of the odour.
And here’s the crux of it: your Average Joe doesn’t know this.
This means that it’s the responsibility of restorers to educate their customers that the only way to rid their house of yucky smells – such as urine, mould and mildew, cigarette smoke or rotting food – is to analyse the cause and treat the odour at the source.Convinced by commercials of attractive housewives spraying their entire houses with lavender spray to get rid of their husbands’ stinky socks smell, consumers do not understand that the only way to get rid of odour is to treat it at the source.
As a professionally trained Odour Control Technician tell your customers to save their money when it comes to deodourising fragrance sprays and talk to them about the different types of odours, the causes that will make the odours worse, and how you can get rid of the odours.
And if you’re not a professionally trained odour control technician, what are you waiting for?Become one today!