Ozone machines and hiring professional services?!?!? This is a rehab question, so you're gonna get a REAL answer from a professional investor. Don't hire services, and spend all kinds of money on big equipment you'll only use once. This is how I teach my students how to do it:Â
1. Remove all carpet and padding from the house, as well as any draperies and furniture (this HAS to be done).Â
2. Buy a couple gallons of OdoBan, and a couple of the off-tint gallons (you know, the mistake gallons they have by the counter, doesn't matter what color) from Home Depot.Â
3. Use a low dilution ratio on the OdoBan, and scrub the entire house, top to bottom.Â
4. Wait 24 hours, scrub a second time.Â
5. Buy some Vanilla or Citrus oil extract from the supermarket (not imitation), one small bottle per gallon that you bought and mix the extract in each gallon.Â
6. Dump the gallons of paint on all the flooring.Â
7. Let it dry for a couple days.Â
8. Have the walls and ceiling painted (neutral colors).Â
9. Install new carpet and padding.Â
This is quick and easy, little bit of elbow grease, but will do the job perfectly. This technique also works well for pet odors, musky and damp smells too.Â
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