Aside from the air circulation we also burn a lot of scented candles and incense sticks, and through a combination of all these things our air quality is mostly tolerable.
We live just up the road from the orange processing plant. Every day they bring in dozens of truckloads of oranges, which are ground, juiced, and pulped, and then the rinds and other materials are processed into various products. You would think that the air would smell of oranges all the time, but you couldn’t be farther from the truth. Anyone who has driven past an orange factory knows it smells like hot, rotten roadkill. I don’t know what kind of devil magic they perform in the orange processing plant, but it smells like low tide, all the time. We have to keep the house shut up tight, and the HVAC working 24/7 just to be able to breathe normally. Not just the HVAC either, that is just for the air circulation, to keep it moving through the filters. Aside from the air circulation we also burn a lot of scented candles and incense sticks, and through a combination of all these things our air quality is mostly tolerable. A friend of our gave us an air purifier for Christmas last year, but it doesn’t help as much as we would have liked. Maybe it just wasn’t strong enough, and we would need a wall of air purifiers, a pyramid stack of them, to make a dent in this stink. Over time the rest of my family just got used to the smell, but I never did, no matter what kind of air circulation we had. Once I moved out, I never ever went back, but I assume it still stinks to this day.