Do you smell that too? What is that smell?

Do you smell that too?  What is that smell?

Believe or not some people lack the ability to smell things.  The inability to smell things is called Anosmia.  However, some people are just “nose blind,” which is defined as: The gradual acclimation to the smells of one’s home, car, or belongings, in which the affected does not notice them (even though their guests do).

How many times do you ask a friend or family, do they smell something in your home or worst, if they ask you what is it that they are smelling?

Overtime, your senses no longer smell pet odors, mold cigarette smoke,  etc…  that you’re constantly exposed to.  It seems that long term smells (pet odors, mold cigarette smoke, etc…  ) become harder to smell, but short term smells like recently fried bacon, fresh brewed coffee or Lindbergh cheese can be smelled immediately.

The best way to smell what your guest are smelling is to do a sniff test after you return from your vacation or returning home after an extended stay away.

Before going on vacation, sniff each room right before you leave.  When you return from your vacation, go to each room immediately and sniff each room.  As simple as it sounds, it really works!

Now that you know there is an odor that you did not previously smell, CALL Micro Clean Restoration and we will remove most odors with guaranteed results.

For more information, please do not hesitate to contact us at 770-272-5326 or visit our website: www.microcleanrestoration.com

Remember it is not clean, unless is it has been Micro Cleaned!