Our list of the worst smells ever features some familiar bad smells, including bad seafood and rotten food. These and other smells can quickly stink up your home and can be difficult to get rid of without the right products.
Troy, MI (PRWEB) February 16, 2013
A new list of the worst smells ever was recently compiled at SmellsBeGone.com, the leading provider of natural odor eliminating products recently announced. The new list of the worst smells ever is a fun addition to the website’s blog, which features fun and helpful information for those who are looking for ways to eliminate odors in the home or office naturally. Robert Smith, Smells BeGone spokesman said, “Our list of the worst smells ever features some familiar bad smells, including bad seafood and rotten food. These and other smells can quickly stink up your home and can be difficult to get rid of without the right products.”
The Smells BeGone site features an assortment of natural odor eliminating products that are designed to remove bad smells from the air without the use of harsh chemicals which can be dangerous for adults, kids and pets. Smells BeGone products come in a variety of scents that absorb odors and leave behind fresh citrus, floral or other fragrance notes that improve the air in the home or office. The Smells BeGone odor eliminating spray, a popular favorite, is also available in the original scent-free formula, a powerful option for those who prefer a scent-free product that freshens the air without fragrance.
Smells BeGone products from Punati Corp. are the first air-freshening products to provide instant air purification without the need for heavy fragrances or toxic chemicals. The Smells BeGone all-natural product line is perfect for use in both the home and office and offers a full line of scented and scent-free air fresheners that alters the actual protein that odor-absorbing bacteria feed on. This results in fresher air throughout every room in the home. The products are safe for use around kids and pets and contain biodegradable ingredients. For more information, please visit SmellsBeGone.com.