PRLog - Nov. 11, 2012 - GRANDVILLE, Mich. -- Like using a hammer when a screwdriver is needed, it is wrongheaded to use one smell to overpower another. It becomes an unending cycle because the odors never really go away. Is it any wonder that American spend million and millions on fragrances and products that cannot solve the problem?
Odor tends to have a long life because they cling to surfaces, fabrics, and embed into cushions and carpet. Sprays and powders do not cancel odor or else you would never need to buy them (or use them) again for the same smell.
Pet smells are one of the most common unwanted odors. You can keep the pets, but everyone would like to get rid of the odor. Pet smells are embarassing, but fortunately there is a great solution that does not require radical solutions.
Recently an innovative idea has emerged that has thrown the industry on its ear. Odor and sanitizing services use ozone to decompose any kind of foul odor, stale smoke smell, or lingering odor. Ozone works, and it will permanently remove the odor because it attacks it on a molecular level and destroys it.
Should you hire an odor removal service? No! Using the right idea in a wrong way may end up with less than stellar results. Doing the right thing in the right way can bring outstanding results. Certified Ozone Technicians have studied their business, learned the science, and understand more than one way to achieve success.
Misuse of any good concept, including ozone, can bring negative results. Ozone must be scaled to the job, applied properly, and there are pitfalls to avoid. Fortunately, those pitfalls are not devastating or unrecoverable, but odor removal and sanitizing should be a professional service.
Should you hire a professional odor removal service? Yes! If they are trained, certified, and take pride in their work; ozone odor removal is extremely effective. Odor will be eliminated and there will be no need to cover them with yet another application of chemical scents.
The National Ozone Association recommends that consumers demand proof of professionalism by requiring proof of competence evidenced by the Certified Ozone Technician training. See: http://www.CertifiedOzoneTechnician.com