Air purifiers are of particular benefit for allergy sufferers and asthmatics or those who wish to reduce second hand cigarette smoke but did you know they are also great if you are trying to eliminate pet odors from inside your home.
Picture the scene when you held your big Thanksgiving dinner last night. Your entire family came as did your fiancees siblings, mother and father. You went all out to impress them all with your cooking skills. Your turkey was golden and juicy, your potatoes were out of this world. Overall, dinner was going perfect. That was until that awful odor started filling the room. Oh, no, it has happened again. That stupid dog.
You know that smell comes from your pet spaniel, the odors of which could choke a sewer rat. Even more unfortunate is the fact that the dog is sound asleep under your chair. All eyes turned to you, as that seems to be where that awful smell is coming from.
If only you had bought that air purifier when you had the chance!
How to Eliminate Pet Odors in the House
Most people, including you, think only about dust, pollen and smoke fumes when considering air purifiers. Did you ever stop to think about whether they might be able to eliminate pet odors as well? Air purifiers can clear up any smell, even when they emanate from the rear end of your dog.
Your dog eats a high protein diet and you already know that high protein diets can lead to smelly gas. You have been thinking about air purifiers for a while, but kept putting it off. Instead, you watch with horror as your future mother-in-law shakes her head and whispers to your fiancees father. "Why doesn't he have an air purifier?"
Your mind starts to wander, as you think of all the comments that will follow them home. How can poor Susan want to marry such a foul smelling man with rude table manners? You want to open your mouth and try to clear your name but as the seconds tick on, it becomes pointless. Susan looks at you and rolls her eyes. She whispers, "I told you. Air purifiers are the answer."
Eliminate Pet Odors for Good with a Home Air Purifier
An air purifier could have saved this moment but instead, you try to recover by taking the dog out of the room. The smell follows you out and for as long as you live, you will never forget this moment. You hear laughter as you walk out so maybe they realize it was the dog and perhaps you can save the evening after all.
Returning to the room, you see Susan has turned on the ceiling fan and sprayed the room with air freshener. Now, it smells like a fertilized flowerbed, which is not a lot better than before. An air purifier would have done a far better job. In the hope of easing your embarrassment, you ask if anyone owns an air purifier after which a discussion about air purifiers begins.
Air purifiers are good for all kinds of dust, mold, pollen and pet dander issues. Those with allergies will attest that an air purifier can make a tremendous difference in their quality of life.
You do not often stop to consider that an air purifier can eliminate pet odors as well. Regardless, first thing tomorrow, Black Friday or not, you are heading to the store and looking at air purifiers!