Although it would be much easier for you to hire a professional cleaner for the time. Still, here are some tips which you can follow for the future as well.
Stock up on bicarb soda
Bicarb soda, also known as bicarbonate of soda or baking soda, is an essential item. This humble, odor-neutralizing, all-natural ingredient is a great addition to your cleaning.
Open your windows
Flood your home with fresh air will work wonders when it comes to purging your rooms of pungent odours. If your problem area doesn’t have good air circulation, use a fan to push the fumes outside and draw fresh air indoors.
Eliminate bad smells with a spritz of vodka
Yes, you read that correctly. While vodka is a home bar essential as it’s a common ingredient found in many popular cocktails, it can actually serve a practical purpose, too– like a bacteria and odour eliminator.
Try versatile vinegar
Another natural, versatile and inexpensive household cooking ingredient-slash-cleaner that many people have in their pantry, vinegar can be used to neutralise an array of different odours that commonly plague the home. Simply leave a bowl of vinegar in a space that’s infused with a stubborn, nasty scent, and by the next day, the area should be odour free.