Have you ever noticed that as soon as you enter someone’s house, you smell a specific scent? It can be good, bad, or whatever in between, but it’s different from the smell of your home. I case you did not know – your house also has a characteristic aroma.
Craig Warren has over 30 years in the “smelling business”. He says that all the houses have the “scent of the inhabitants”, that is, the scent of those who live there.
What does this mean?
This term describes all the scents that come from detergents, cooking scents, cleaning equipment, room scents, furniture, curtain spaces, carpets, pillows, etc. Combined together, these create the unique scent of your home.
According to Warren, what creates the scent of the home are factors such as pets, furniture, smoking, cooking and the way you clean. A house with wooden floors, for example, will have a different smell from a house with carpets.
If you do not like the smell of your home, the only way to change it is deep cleaning, including furniture such as armchairs, sofas, curtains, bedspreads, etc. Next, try using other fragrances, such as mint and citrus, which are advisable in such cases.