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1.A fridge deodorizer that'll do the job when a bowl of baking soda just isn't cutting it. It's effective for up to six months and will keep your produce fresh for longer.
2.A pack of stain-removing pads because owning a pet = a lot of smells. Pee? Check! Poop? Check! Vomit? Check! (You can even use them to clean up your wine spills.)
3.A pumice cleaning stone for powering through tough rust, lime, and calcium streaks that are stinking up your toilet bowl. This nontoxic cleaner is tough on dirt but gentle on porcelain so you can sit atop the glistening stink-free throne you deserve.
4.A pet hair remover if you're tired of everything you own smelling like dog. Roll this over your couch, bed, favorite blanket, you name it, and watch it lift the smelly fur. See, we can own nice things!!
5.A bleach-free, no-scrub weekly shower spray so that mildewy smell goes bye bye without you ever having to wipe. Just spray then rinse it clean the next day, and you'll be amazed to see those hard water stains on your shower door are *poof* gone.
6.Some washing machine cleaning tablets that clean and deodorize the inside while dissolving residue because having to deep clean your washer is *checks schedule* not on the calendar for this weekend.
7.A drain clog remover to conquer the smelly hair monster in your shower drain, simultaneously impressing and disgusting you. Or you can let the hair glob remain in the pipes and at some point your shower will turn into a bath. Fun!
8.An odor-eliminating spray because the smell of pee wafting from your carpet — even though you've diligently cleaned up after every pet mess — makes relaxing in the living room near impossible. Each spray releases bacteria that feeds on the ammonia left behind after your pet's accidents, eliminating the urine completely and deterring your pet from peeing in the same spot again.
9.Or a carpet and upholstery cleaner for getting rid of the stain and stench of days-old kitty vomit courtesy of Mr. Whiskers, who rudely ejected his dinner behind the couch but didn't tell you about it.
10.A pack of fizzing toilet tabs if your stinky bathroom is the bane of your existence. They're basically sanitizing bath bombs that disinfect your toilet and blast away any nasty odors.
11.A tonsil stone remover so you can *finally* treat the root cause of your bad breath. This tool has a built-in LED light so you can easily locate the tonsil stone. Plus it also comes with a syringe to help you wash out the pocket the tonsil stone left behind.
12.A portable paw washer to rinse away the Frito smell from your dog's paws. (Yes, it's a real phenomenon caused by bacteria.) Inside the container are soft bristles that lift dirt and grime from the pads of your pup's feet — all you need to do is add water.
13.A pack of foaming garbage disposal cleaners that'll deodorize your sink ASAP, because if you have to smell last week's rotting veggie peels for one more minute you just might scream.
14.A natural shoe deodorizer spray, because we all deserve to slip into fresh-smelling shoes. It's made with essential oils and smells like lemon and eucalyptus so you'll probably want to spray it around the rest of your house.
15.An air purifier for anyone who wants to breathe in and inhale the fresh invigorating scent of absolutely nothing. This bad boy removes pet dander, mold, dust, pollen, and odors in the air.
16.A bottle of Dank Out if you need to remove the smell of cannabis or tobacco. Just spritz this into the air or directly on a cleanable surface and Mom will have no idea about your wake and bake when she visits.
17.A cat litter deodorizer powder so you don't have to clean the litter box every single day to prevent the smell from taking over your home.
18.A stainless-steel tongue scraper to help banish bad bacteria and improve stinky breath. This way you won't suffer the embarrassment of someone offering you a breath mint.
19.A pack of bottle-cleaning tablets that'll require zero elbow grease while removing stains and stinky smells you thought were imprinted on your travel mug forever.
20.An adorably tiny hanging diffuser because your car still smells like the takeout you ordered last week. Sure, I love french fries as much as the next person, but I also love sitting in my car and smelling the sweet scent of nothing.
21.A bottle of hard water booster powder for making mugs that look like the one on the left (aka cloudy) look more like the mug on the right (aka nice and shiny). If you've ever pulled a mug out of the dishwasher, given it a sniff, and thought, "that....doesn't smell right," you need this!
22.A fabric refresher if the funk is embedded in your carpet and doesn't seem to have any plans to leave. Sprinkle this powder on your carpet, couch, etc. and vacuum it (and the stink) up.
23.A pack of air purifying bags so the questionable odors that are coming from your shoes are gone overnight. There's nothing more awkward trying to figure out where the stink is coming from...and then realizing it's you.
24.A before-you-go toilet spray to hide any evidence of #2. Even if you're one of those weirdly confident people who can poop in a house full of people without issue, having this in your bathroom for others can calm nervous pooers.
25.A broom for pet hair that'll loosen the fur trapped in your carpet that's probably contributing to the overwhelming dog smell in your apartment. Seriously, all of Fido's fur that's chilling in the carpet = a living room that stinks.
26.A cat litter deodorizer because you can set it and forget it (and also maybe forget that you have three cats who poop a lot). This lil' gadget sits near the box and deodorizes the area when it senses activity.
27.Or, a self-cleaning litter box for anyone who's willing to splurge so they never have to bend and scoop. The crystal litter absorbs kitty's urine and dehydrates the poop so you won't smell a thing. Then, there's a motion sensor that detects when your cat has finished its business so a robotic rake can scoop the waste into a sealed trap. Every few weeks you'll need to toss the tray and replace it with a new one, but each one should last about a month for one cat.
28.A robot vacuum if you have nightmares about the truly horrific smell of burning dog hair that emanates from your vacuum whenever you let fur sit in the bag for too long (literally the worst smell ever and it lingers..fur...ever...). This'll suck up the fur on a regular basis so you can dump it in the trash.
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