How to Make Your Home Smell Good

Weekly Spring Cleaning Tip #3

Hey friend,

Scent is more important than you think

The scent is one of the first things that people notice about your home. You know how you notice a weird smell when you get home from a vacation? That’s what your house smells like all the time to people who don’t live there. That’s because the longer you’re exposed to scents, the less you’re able to notice them. It’s called sensory adaptation, or informally, “nose-blindness.”

Scatter Candles

Candles are an obvious option to fill your home with an aroma that you love, but strategic placement is a simple way to increase their efficiency. When storing candles away, place them near linen and other scent absorbing fabrics. Your linens will carry the aroma with them wherever you use them.

Refresh your Rugs

Unlike tile and hardwood floors, plush carpets absorb stench like no other, especially after countless food spills and pet messes. Sprinkle baking soda all over the carpet — not just problem areas, and let sit for a few hours before vacuuming. The same method works for pet beds and mattresses, if you want to tackle other pain points in your house.

Clean the Can

It's no surprise that the combination of odors from food scraps, leftovers, and other garbage creates an unpleasant stench. But come to find out, sometimes it's the trash can itself that smells the worst. While deep cleaning your kitchen, sprinkle baking soda in your trash can to help rid of the odor. Finish it off by using a disinfecting spray to kill remaining bacteria.

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