Selling your Belvoir Telford home? Here are some top tips on how to appeal to potential buyers. Start with a deep clean washing and hoovering all fabrics where possible, use lightly scented cleaning products and avoid ammonia and bleach products where possible.
Try not to mix scents as this complicates the nose and try to avoid baking and cooking smells as the person viewing your home will become preoccupied trying to figure out the scent. If you have wooden features such as beams and walls in the home choose scents that will complement the surroundings such as cedar, this will enhance the atmosphere in the home.
Remember to remove all pet bedding and litter boxes and use fresh citrus scents in the areas that they were placed. Citrus scents will linger longer but remember not to overdo it as you want the smells to be subtle and not overpowering, more importantly do not mix citrus scents like orange and lemon as this just complicates things.
• Wash all bed covers and wash or dry-clean drapes.
• Have the carpet cleaned or, if necessary, replaced.
• Mop hard-surface floors with a lightly scented or unscented cleaner.
• Scrub the bathrooms top to bottom, again being careful to use lightly scented cleaners or to allow time for the room to air out.
• Store old shoes in plastic boxes with lids.
• Wash pet bedding.
• If possible, move pet beds and litter boxes main living areas.
Top 5 Scents To Sell Your Home
Citrus fruits like lemons and oranges smell fresh, and they’re a more durable fruit with longer-lasting scents that are particularly fragrant.
Using scented herbs can also bring a refreshing, familiar smell to the nose. Instilling rosemary, thyme or basil in the home when selling, especially in the kitchen, will create a warm and welcoming feeling for buyers.
There is something about vanilla that makes the room feel cozy. Grab a vanilla candle or make your own scent using vanilla beans or extract. You can use almond or mint extract to bring in a fresh scent as well.
Refresh your mind with a crisp, lively aroma of green tea that is used to help restore harmony.
Pine and cedar.
Pine and cedar are two fragrant trees that can be used to create a complex aroma and enhance the wooden features in your home.