The wonderful aroma of fresh food cooking can make your mouth water. However, the lingering smell of that meal the next day or the day after is another story altogether. The odours created when cooking with spices or greasy food can permeate surfaces throughout your home from the walls to the flooring, fabrics and furniture. If you’re trying to sell or rent your home, the last thing you want is for potential buyers or renters to be turned off by cooking odours.
Do you like to deep fry your foods? Then you’ve probably noticed how grease from oil, butter and meat splatters can saturate surfaces and leave behind a film that creates unwanted odours. Ethnic foods use many spices such as curry, which create very potent odours. The musky smell of fish can also be a turnoff.
These odours are actually a result of molecules that become embedded on furniture, flooring and fabrics such as window coverings and clothing. The molecules and odours also get circulated throughout the home through ventilation systems, making it an issue for the entire home and not just the kitchen.
Air fresheners will only mask the scent of cooking temporarily and these scents may also irritate potential buyers/renters. Painting won’t eliminate the odours either as the chemicals that cause the odours will seep through the paint and return.
BIOSENSE Environmental has an environmentally friendly state-of-the-art solution that can permanently remove unwanted odours. Its proven technology called photocatalytic oxidation uses a five-stage process to eradicate the molecules causing persistent odours. BIOSENSE’s solution also destroys airborne and surface bacteria, germs and allergens for complete bio-sanitation of your home, which can give you an advantage in the real estate market.
For more information on removing cooking odours from your home, visit www.biosenseenvironmental.ca or call 1-888-502-5157 x 102.