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The Simply Fresh belief

At Simply Fresh, we believe that each and every odor can only be attacked individually. So, to permanently and effectively remove an odor, the odor must be attacked at the source. To do this, you must have a potent, yet effective mix of chemicals that will enable the user of the system to effectively remove the odor, with maximum results. At Simply Fresh, we have Odor removal service San Bernardino assembled a three step process, that gives the results needed to remove the odor permanently, but most of all, safely.

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Smoke odor sources

Smoke and odors from tobacco disperse in the air and adhere to all surfaces. We have to remember that we are not just removing odors but we will be removing chemicals. One cigarette has over 4,000 chemicals and over 400 toxins/poisons, in addition, tobacco and cannabis leave a sticky residue that accumulates and continually releases malodors.

Researchers have learned that when ozone mixes with residual nicotine in the air and on surfaces, it transforms into ultra-fine particles that can be inhaled deep into the lungs. These particles may be difficult for the body to expel and could cause additional breathing problems for asthma sufferers.

Complete Odor Removal Services

At Simply Fresh, we strive to be the best at what we do. To get it right the first time. Whether it be your car, home or a commercial service. Simply Fresh will get it done.

We Are The True Odor Eliminators

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Please feel free to call us with any questions that you might have. If it has to do with odor, we'll have the answer.

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Researchers have learned that when ozone mixes with residual nicotine in the air and on surfaces, it transforms into ultra-fine particles that can be inhaled deep into the lungs. These particles may be difficult for the body to expel and could cause additional breathing problems for asthma sufferers