What impression do you get when you walk into a pet store? So much of how we perceive a place is influenced by, not only the looks, but the smell. Read on to learn more about scenting for pet stores and odor with an oil diffuser and more!
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If you manage or own a pet store, one of your main customers will be the ever-sensitive smelling machine: the dog. It makes sense to ask, “what smells are attractive to dogs?” The trick here is to make the aromas in your store attractive to your human customer and to the dog. Some smells that dogs and humans will find pleasant include vanilla, coconut, lavender, and ginger.
Pet stores smell weird for a variety of reasons, including that they sell pet food, often house live animals, and allow pets in the store. Pets in the store can lead to unavoidable urine smells that, even after cleaning, smell chemical.
Scenting for pet stores and odors is a smart idea. Pet stores can use an oil diffuser to scent their space. An oil diffuser can include scent machines ranging from small to large HVAC units. They attach to heating and air conditioning systems using air pressure to distribute scent around a room or building. We provide affordable and quality options to make your place smell wonderful. We have a solution for tiny rooms and enormous sales floors.
If you own or manage a pet store, you might ask yourself, “What is a good pet deodorizer?” Pet deodorizers come in many forms, but a good pet deodorizer gets rid of pet urine smells and replaces them with fresh scents such citrus, eucalyptus, and lavender - some examples of these we touched on above.
When scenting for pet stores, it is wise to consult our Aroma Retail experts depending on your specific needs. We provide expert and time-tested options for creating the scent you want to match your desired mood, ambiance, and brand related to scenting for pet stores. Have a look at our Fragrance Library here.