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Every house has a smell. It’s a combination of the people who live there, their perfume, aftershave, the food they cook, and other things. Most of the time it’s a good smell, but sometimes, it’s really not, says cleaning expert and best-selling author Linda Cobb, aka The Queen of Clean.

What to do when your house smells bad? Read on for Cobb’s best tips.

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