This spray will destroy odor-causing compounds from any organic source. It is most commonly used for combating smells from pet accidents (feces, urine, vomit, etc) on the floor or furniture, but it also has a wide variety of other uses.
Cleaning Pet Spots on the Floor or Furniture
- Clean up any animal waste or fluids in the effected spot.
- Soak the spot with the pet odor remover spray.
Important: Interactions between the spray and fabric dyes are rare, but can happen. We recommend testing the spray on a small, hidden portion of fabric before you use it for the first time.
For heavily contaminated spots or old stains: Wait 30 minutes.
- Blot the spot dry with a cloth or paper towel – removing as much of the remaining spray as possible.
Because the spray attacks odors from almost any organic source, it can also be used to deodorize trash cans, diaper genies, non-traditional cat litters, pee pads, Breeze litter pads, and many other places.
Deodorizing Your Trash
Is food waste (like shrimp shells) or other garbage in your trash can making your house smell unpleasant? Spray the top of the garbage can’s contents with our Pet Odor Remover Spray. It will prevent odor compounds from rising out of the trash.
Deodorizing Non-Traditional Kitty Litter
Our Cat Litter Deodorizer is designed to work with traditional clumping or non-clumping cat litters, and does its job very well. However, non-traditional litters with large pieces (gel litter, shredded wood or paper, etc) can let the Deodorizer’s granules fall to the bottom, where they aren’t providing an effective barrier.
For these types of litter, it’s actually much more effective to use our Pet Odor Remover Spray, as our odor fighting coating will be applied to the litter itself.
Our Pet Odor Remover Spray contains three primary ingredients – distilled water (“aqua”), our patented odor-elimination technology, and surfactants (which help the spray work on fabrics).
When you apply the Odor Remover Spray to an area, the water carries our special compound to the site where it’s needed. There the compound reacts with the water in the spray and the odor-creating compounds of the spot to create hypochlorous acid (which is quite safe, your own body produces it).
The acid reacts with the odor compounds to destroy, dismantle, or modify them (depending on the compound), removing the smell. It can also attack microbes and enzymes responsible for producing odor-causing compounds from components of pet waste (among other things).
Once the NonScents technology takes care of the problem, any of it that hasn’t been used up in the reaction will stay at the site. If any additional odor compounds appear in that same spot (like your pet having an accident in the same space), our technology will spring back into action, until the reaction has completely consumed it.
This means that the spray can continue to protect the same spot for several weeks after you apply it. However, this residue is completely safe for humans and pets.