ok, I have a problem with oud it seems. I burn oud in one room of the house. Always smells decent when burning the wood, but a few hours later or the next day the residual smell is not pleasant. This is true for basically every oud I burn except kyara and some Cambodian chips I have. To me, the residual smell of almost all agarwood is like and unclean “old person” smell. I can’t think of any other way to describe it. This is the last freaking thing I want my house to smell like... I wonder if what I see as a kind of old person stench is somehow appreciated as a pleasant woody after-scent by most. I would never, ever, want anyone not intimately familiar with oud to enter my house an hour or two after I have burned oud. It’s just nasty. I end up setting off a frankincense “bomb” to mask the odor, but that barely works. How do you all deal with the old person stink of oud residue? My wife smells the same thing. Are our noses broken? Don’t tell me it’s my oud - I have lots of high grade chips and don’t burn bottom shelf wood chips at all. My instinct is that Malaysian and Indonesian oud chips generally are the most likely to leave a strong old-lady residue on everything. Ugh.