For many of us the first thing we notice when we walk into a room is how the room smells.
My question: What smell must one smell in order to feel as though the room is clean?
If it is occupied, then the smell of freshly vacuumed carpets and sofas. Non-carpeted rooms are cleaned with soap and/or cleaners.
If it is for sale, then the smell of fresh paint.
I had not thought about the smell of fresh paint if one is trying to sell. Great idea. Thanks Kevin
A fresh linen smell is always light and clean smelling.
If the smell is the first thing that I notice when I walk into a room, that mean's something has been added to the air to make it smell good, or it smells dirty. Other than those two, I don't think about the smell of a room when I enter it
As you know, if you clean a house you won't have to worry about adding something that smells CLEAN
I have Geranium liquid incense made, here in California, and I have one called Nag Champa liquid incense imported from India, to add scents to our home..But I clean my house every day, and I give it a good cleaning once, or twice a week. It makes the smell of my incense so much more pure
I have a liquid incense steamer that causes a misty steam that goes through the AC vents, and finally through the air cleaners/filters.
I love those two scentss, Geranium, and Nag
If I smell any artificial odor I assume they are trying to cover something up.
When I smell scented candles like jasmine or vanilla, I instantly feel calm and relaxed. (If it's something too strong like - often - roses, I just want to get out of there before I get a headache.)
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