Knoxville sellers want to sell their home fast and for the most amount of money possible.
As a seller, there are certain things that you can do to help make your Knoxville home sell even faster. Things like home staging, accentuating curb appeal, and making certain upgrades are all things that lure buyers.
One thing sellers often forget is to make sure there are no lingering, unwanted odors in their home. Odors can make a instant and lasting impression on buyers, so here are a few ways to get rid of unwanted odors in your home.
Garbage disposals can be one common hot spot for bad odors in Knoxville homes.
One easy way to combat odors from the garbage disposal is to put pieces lemon or lime down the disposal to help get rid of odors. In addition, dumping a little bleach down the disposal can also help.
If those solutions don’t work, you can also try picking up a garbage disposal cleaner at the store.
Refrigerators can also harbor bad odors. An easy fix is keep a box of baking soda in the fridge and also be sure to get rid of old, stinky food.
Your garbage can can also be a common cause for smells. Be sure to take your trash out on a regular basis and keep your garbage can clean too. Use a little bleach to clean up any leaks from the trash bag. Also, scented trash bags can help combat smells before they start.
Pets can be a very common source of smells in Knoxville homes.
If you have a cat, be sure you clean the litter box in on a regular basis, and keep it in a discrete area.
Vacuuming and cleaning on a regular basis, along with keeping your pet clean can also deter pet odors.
Also, consider having your carpets clean if you’re concerned about lingering pet smells in your carpet.
Musty smells can be difficult to get rid of, but here are a few things to try.
For a musty basement, cut a white onion in half and leave out overnight. For a musty room, leave a bowl of white vinegar out for 24 hours.
To get the smell out of carpet, sprinkle baking soda, allow to sit for a few hours, then vacuum up.
As a homeowner, it can be difficult to sometimes pick up on the smells in your own Knoxville home.
Consider getting the help of a friend or family member who doesn’t live in the home to help identify any bad smells.
When it comes it comes to selling your Knoxville home, odors can leave a lasting impression, so be sure you take are of any issues before putting your Knoxville home on the market.
Are you thinking about selling your Knoxville home this year? If there is anyway Knoxville Home Team can assist you, please let us know, you can give Rick at call at 865-696-9002 or send an email to [email protected]. Kati can be contacted at 865-392-5880 or via email at [email protected].
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