Hi! I'm Deb.
Let me ask you a question.
How much do you think bad pet odors hurt property value?
Before I answer that, let's define "bad pet odors".
Whether you have cats, dogs, or neither (but know someone who does), you've probably had the unfortunate experience of sniffing the unsniffable.
I'm talking about urine, feces, vomit, and other odor-causing aspects of nature that find their way onto our carpets, tiles, hardwood, and luxury vinyl floors.
When Fluffy misses the litter box (again!), that kind of accident REALLY adds up over time – and can severely hurt your property value.
How much, exactly?
The Chicago Tribune reported that one couple has filed a lawsuit against their downstairs condo neighbor for reducing their property value by $100,000!
That neighbor's cats left various solid and liquid droppings all over the downstairs unit.
How that woman can stand to live in what is basically a condo-sized un-scooped litter box is beyond me!
If you, a friend, or family member is concerned about the long-term effects of pet odors seeping into the floors, you are NOT without options.
A word of warning about harsh chemicals like bleach:
Yes, scrubbing a bleachy, soapy solution onto the kitchen floor where Hunter heard nature's call WILL kill the bacteria on the surface.
BUT, unless you remove the source of the odor, it will return days or even hours later.
That's why we blend odor source-killing Essential Oils into our OdorXit products.
And they just plain WORK.
Keep your property value where it should be.
Get your hands on the same source-of-the-smell removing OdorXit Concentrate that Robyn Thompson uses:
Deb McMillan Meyer
Have the best fresh smelling day of your life!
P.S. Did you know? Concrete floors are the hardest to remove the source of odors from – UNLESS you're using OdorXit products and following our proven process for cleaning your concrete.