The smelly truth of South African homes
How do South African women really feel about smells?

Research has revealed that our sense of smell has more of an impact on our lives and behaviours than we may consciously realise.  Not only do bad household odours affect how we feel about our homes, they also play a role in informing a range of decisions around the house including what we choose to cook and how we entertain.

In order to really get to the heart of the matter, Ambi Pur recently asked South African women to rate, in their experience,  the worst household odours and those that are the toughest to remove as well as divulge their attitudes around a bad smelling home.

Take a look at the results:

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What are the worst smells in your home and how to you eliminate them?

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