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    26 Things To Help Kick Embarrassing And Musty Odors To The Curb

    Things to help with the smelly smell that smells... smelly.

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    1. A pack of dishwasher cleaner tablets to eliminate the pungent smell of last week's curry dinner from the kitchen. Clean dishwasher = clean dishes = no smell 🙌🏾!

    2. A tongue scraper so you can knock 'em dead with your dazzling personality — not your morning breath.

    3. A bag of unscented cat litter because people don't have to know you have pets after taking a deep breath inside your home. This low-dust formula can clear up odors for up to 14 days.

    4. A bottle of Poo-Pourri so you don't have to warn the entire house that you blew up the bathroom. It coats the water with essential oils BEFORE you go so you don't have to saturate the air with Febreze afterward.

    The spray bottle of Poo-Pourri

    5. An anti-perspirant foot lotion that stomps out your piggies' pungent perspiration harder than fans stomping "We Will Rock You," at a Queen concert in the '70s.

    An open hand shows the Carpe anit-perspirant foot lotion in a tube

    6. An air purifier to quietly show the smell of mold and wet dog to the door. It has HEPA grade filters too!

    The air purifier

    7. A pair of bamboo charcoal bags because there's nothing more embarrassing than taking your shoes off and hearing someone ask, "What's that smell?" 💀

    8. A cleaner and deodorizer to restore your carpet to its glory days, you know, before it acquired that unsettling aroma. Why pay 💰💰💰 to get the thing shampooed ONCE when you can get this long-lasting product for under $20?

    9. This scent-neutralizing stainless-steel bar because the smell of garlic, onion, or seafood does not deserve to live rent-free on your hands! Rub this magic bar (and by magic, I mean stainless steel + sulfur) to expunge the smell ASAP.

    10. A pack of five disposable gas neutralizers because if nobody smells it, nobody dealt it... right 😏? That's what I thought. Put this sticker inside your underwear — you know the area, and it'll keep you covered.

    The carbon filters

    11. An odor-controlled garbage can that you won't be grossed out by AND has wheels. It has a pedal so you don't have to touch it when throwing things away.

    The trash can

    12. A coconut-scented bed and linen spray to teleport you straight to the beach each time you jump in bed. Peak relaxation!

    The spray bottle

    13. A fridge and freezer odor absorber that'll come in handy if you share a fridge and nobody seems to know where that questionable smell is coming from.

    The packaging

    14. A pack of odor-blocking garbage bags to trap odors until you're motivated enough to take out the trash.

    The packaging

    15. An odor-minimizing diaper pail that'll preserve your nostrils while disposing those "gifts" from your little bundle of joy.

    A reviewer's diaper pail with the caption, "that looks about right"

    16. A Moroccan Moon scented candle so fragrant, reviewers said it lingered in their room after they blew it out. The jar gorgeous, you won't want to throw it away.

    The candle

    17. A Nest New York reed diffuser that smells so good, I bought the Moroccan Amber scent three times.

    The reed diffuser next to plants, crystals, and sage

    18. A pack of washing machine tablets to come in handy if your clothes keep coming out musty after you wash them.

    A model putting the tablet in a washer

    19. A natural air-purifying bag for anyone who finds that "new car smell" and other artificial scents overwhelming. If you have a sensitive nose, this sack will absorb everything without giving you a headache.

    The sack in a cup holder in a car

    20. A pack of cedar chip pouches to slurp the moisture out of your shoes harder than a child drinking a Frosty through a straw. Of course, your shoes will smell like wood and not ice-cream.

    A reviewer's dress shoes on the rack

    21. A Dyson air purifier + humidifier + fan that will eliminate odors and radically improve your air quality. This 3-in-1 machine will save space and detect and tackle noxious fumes before you realize they're there — totally worth the investment.

    22. A Glade plug-in refill so you can keep your space fresh for up to 150 days. Sensitive nose? No problem, you can set this to your preferred fragrance intensity.

    A reviewer's plug-in

    23. A fragrance-free cat litter deodorizer because your cat won't want to poop in a smelly litter box and you don't want them to poop anywhere else. Best to keep those scents covered up!

    The deodorizer in cat litter and a cat

    24. An invigorating soy candle to refresh any room that, to put it politely, smells like a stale cracker. It has lemongrass and vanilla notes that never fail to get the job done.

    The Invigorate Candle surrounded by a bowl of lemons

    25. A garbage disposal cleanser for clearing out whatever putrid odors are coming from the drain because people literally put anything in there.

    The clogged sink // The drain full of the cleaner // The empty drain

    26. And some hypoallergenic pet wipes because nobody has the energy to bathe their pet every week 😫. Spot clean and deodorize your furry companion with these compostable, hypoallergenic wipes!

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