Re: Removing odors left by air fresheners
I feel your pain. I too am sensitive to the stench of perfumed people and products as well as deodorizers. Just walking down the soap aisle at the store gives me a headache.
Usually allowing the structure to air out will suffice, takes time, but does work. If any of the liquid fresheners have been used on carpets or spilled, they have saturated the floor, sealing the floor with a pigmented shellac will go a long way towards reducing the odors.
I suffer from CDO ... Its like OCD, but in alphabetical order, LIKE IT SHOULD BE!!!