So it goes that you feel as though you have done a really swell job with your housekeeping. You’re pleased as punch as you look around the place, all spic and span as it is. You do the dust test too and, pleased to say, no dust either. Congratulations for a job well done!
But once more and much later, it comes back to you. It unsettles you and sometimes it even confuses you. You have used air fresheners. You have used incense sticks. You’ve opened the windows to let in fresh air, and still more dust. But still it remains. For those that did not know, it is called the pong.
There are these distinct odors that you never seem to be able to get rid of. You’ve sniffed around and you have a fair idea where all the odors emanate from. It’s in your textiles, it’s in your office, it’s on your bookshelves. How to get rid of these smells that just never seem to go away. There’s a unique textile odor removal process you can now use.
And apparently it works really well. It’s also good for the environment because it’s a chemical free removal process. It’s also cost effective. Good to know if you’re concerned about rising odors on your office floor. The process has the capacity to handle volumes of material large and small. Good to know too if you are a habitual smoker and just can’t seem to kick the habit.
Now, just because you are now able to remove the stink from your clothes, on your back and on your bed, doesn’t mean that you can gleefully carry on with your bad habit. Because you should know by now it’s not good for you.