Trust me. I know my way around odor-neutralizing products. Don't believe me?
* In college, my landlord replaced the old A/C unit of my duplex with a new unit and covered up a hole in our yard next to the old A/C unit in the process. I'm 99.99% sure a family of some kind of animal lived and died in there after they were trapped. As a result, my apartment REEKED of dead animal for, like, a month and the landlord said they could do nothing about it. OK, slum lord. So I bought approximately 10 odor-killing products in a Lowe's shopping trip to annihilate the smell. They didn't work!
* I currently live in a New York City pre-war apartment, which is to say, I have no central A/C. The apartment smells like whatever I'm cooking as soon as I start cooking it. And that smell hangs around because the exhaust fan is not vented to the outside — which is just dumb. I love roasted Brussels sprouts, but not the way they make my digs smell.
* Having a nugget run around your abode leaves a wake of dog hair (no matter how much you brush) and a lingering smell, especially in the summer. It's a constant struggle, even when you're vigilant about cleaning. (I'm not always vigilant about cleaning, though.)