According to the recent National Pet Owners Survey, more than 90 million families in the United States own a pet today. This accounts for about seventy percent of the U.S. households, and approximately 90 million rugs, carpets, and floors are likely to be ruined with pet urine. Of course, our furry friends are always excellent […]
Making sure that people have a safe and sanitary place to work is not just something that needed to be done when COVID-19 hit. Every year during flu season, hundreds of thousands of man-hours are lost due to people who have to stay home from the flu, and the mortality rate for flu is serious…
Gone are the days when we just needed to protect ourselves from cold and flu season. Germs are everywhere and they don’t discriminate between seasons. It’s more important than ever to protect ourselves from germs and viruses – daily.
It’s also normal to have recurring sources of malodors — some areas of your home are stubborn and need to be cleaned and deodorized frequently. If you’re just noticing these odors, or if you’re confused as to where they’re coming from or why they keep coming back, this article is for you.
We’re going to cover 15 sources of recurrent and popular malodors. We’re also going to teach you what to do about them. Every problematic odor has a long-term solution, and we have it for you. Read on to find out how to make your home smell the way you want it to.