Our sense of smell is very important. it is the only sense that will automatically invoke reactions and memories without sending messages through the brain. Smell uses olfactory nerve system through the nose, which is why the smell of cut grass may remind you of childhood, or a particular perfume of someone from your past.
Many people clean surfaces incorrectly, using a chemical that makes the area smell clean (or should I say smell like another surface with residuals of that fragrance on it) as opposed to actually removing contaminants.True cleanliness does not smell, as there is nothing left behind.
It will take most people quite a while to accept this, as their sense of smell reminds them they have not cleaned with strong enough chemicals if they have used only microfiber and water and there is no smell.
Clean doesn’t smell; however, fresh air may if it has wafted past fragrance, so make sure you use natural fragrances in ares of airflow to provide that fresh scent.
Have you changed your idea of what “Clean” smells like after eliminating chemicals from your home? We have!