What Does “Clean” Smell Like?

We all love the smell of clean air. From the scent of air after a huge thunderstorm to fresh ocean breezes and lovely flowers, we strive to obtain the smell of “clean” for our homes. We do this by purchasing air fresheners, diffusers, candles, and machines to help pump our home full of this scent. Are these “clean” scents truly as clean as they market themselves to be?

The short answer? Not really. The fresh scent that we have come to call “clean air” is simply a mix of chemicals. What we think of as “clean” is the scent of ozone produced by a cocktail of chemical reactions between the air and your scent machine. Nitric oxide from the machine combines with chemicals in the air to produce ozone.

Unfortunately, ozone can harm your lungs over time. Even if you don’t opt for one of these fresh air machines, other chemicals from air fresheners can be equally harmful – from artificial flower scents to fake sea breezes, relying on these fresheners over time could expose your home to unpleasant chemicals.

So, what does clean smell like? For the most part, absolutely nothing. Step outside and inhale some fresh air – that’s the true smell of clean.

For a true clean-air experience, try these tips to naturally freshen your home environment without the harsh chemicals.

Remove Bad Odor Sources

If you have items in your home that smell bad, your entire home will smell bad as well. Clean, wash, or remove these odor sources to naturally freshen your home:

  • Garbage bags
  • Pet beds and toys
  • Dirty laundry and linens
  • Smelly shoes

Use Home Remedies

There are a few natural deodorizers you can use around your home to naturally soak up bad odors. Set out a bowl of plain white vinegar in a smelly area of your home and leave it overnight. When you wake up in the morning, the whole area will smell fresh.

You can also place boxes of baking soda in these areas for the same effect. Like vinegar, baking soda naturally soaks up odors in the air. Cupboards, the kitty’s litter box, your closet, and the bottom of garbage cans are perfect places for baking soda boxes.

Invest in a Few House Plants

House plants naturally produce oxygen and leave behind natural, beautiful scents. Some plants even have air purifying qualities for a natural cleaning effect. Consider investing in these common aromatic plants for a fresher home:

  • Fuchsia
  • Gardenia
  • Yucca
  • Gerber daisy
  • Bamboo
  • African violet

Invest in an Air Purifier

One of the best ways to remove unpleasant smells from your home is to invest in a high-efficiency air purifier. These machines will remove common household odors, filter out allergens, dust, and smoke, and even eliminate dangerous bacteria and viruses from the air you breathe. For ultimate air-purifier efficiency and a lifetime of clean air, invest in the AirBox today.

The AirBox is a high-efficiency air purifier that can process up to 500 cubic feet of air per minute. The purifier lasts a lifetime and can operate 24 hours per day, seven days a week. The AirBox requires little installation – just plug it in and watch it go to work.

Purchase your AirBox today and receive a lifetime of clean air for your family!