The olfactory sense is believed to have the strongest relation to memory of any of the five human senses. Fresh cut grass, warm bread in the oven, or an Arizona summer rainstorm are all smells that may evoke a positive memory. Unfortunately, there are malodors that we encounter in our daily lives that can be just as powerful and equally unpleasant.
Cigarette smoke, pet urine or feces, body odor, and spoiled food are just a few of the smells that can attach themselves to our homes, vehicles, and property. Living with them can be unbearable, and properly dealing with them can be a challenge.
This information provides us valuable insight not only into how to treat the odor itself but also conditions that may be contributing to it.