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We have a 65 pound golden retriever that's an indoor dog. My husband may be getting laid off soon, which means we'd have to put our house up for sale and move to a larger city so he can find work.
How can I make my house smell good? It's not a dirty smell, it's just a dog smell (she smells a little like corn chips). The smell is mainly in the carpet and vacuuming seems to really stir up the smell. I also have an indoor cat and two toddlers in diapers.
I can't do plug ins because of the little ones; they will pull them out. And my husband won't let me burn candles because he read an article about the burning wax being bad for children's lungs. So, I'm open to any other suggestions.
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Answer by thehairnazi at 10:01 AM on Jun. 18, 2009
febreze and out!. The latter stuff completely removed skunk spray smell out of my truck bed liner!
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