Hi there. Today we're talking about how to get rid of odors in your home.
Let's move on to the bathroom. This is a place where a lot of odors are created. Let's take a little tour.
When I go in, what you want to do is open up a window. If you have a window, just open it up and get things circulating, get some fresh air in there, get things moving.
Unfortunately not everything can be cured with fresh air. Things accumulate in the shower, in the sinks, in the tubs, so it's a good idea to get yourself a really good tub and tile cleaner. There's a lot of different brands out there. Just stick with one that works and start spraying down your shower and your sinks and your bath tub.
Also, in your bathroom, you have towels. Well, I keep mine in my bathroom. What happens is things get steamy and there's lots of mold and mildew created there in the bathroom, so take them out and wash them.
If they still don't smell clean, well, you're going to have to do what I do. I take them over to a great big pot, put it on the stove, put that on boiling, simmering very low, and put my towels in. Guess what? They finally got rid of that mold and mildew and I was happy I didn't have to get rid of those towels.
Turning back to the bathroom, I always go through and I spray my air sanitizer. It kills germs and eliminates odors. I keep the window open just to keep those odors moving out.
You know that you're going to have to clean your toilet, so just do it. Get yourself a good brush or even those kind of disposable brushes, because a lot of odor is generated around the toilet, in toilet. So just clean it, get those odors gone.
Lastly, I want to touch on some of the naturally created odors in the bathroom. Don't be embarrassed, just give yourself and your guests and your family some aid. Leave them with some matches and a candle. That way, they don't have to be embarrassed if any of those natural odors are created.
So there you have some great ideas to get rid of odors in your bathroom.