A Remarkable, Safe and Natural Odor Eater
Everyone will agree that the smell of cat and dog urine is intolerable and one of the worst odors to eliminate. Most products on the market are sold in liquid form and must come into contact with the urine to remove the odor. This means, if you have urine that has soaked into the carpet, you must pull up the carpet and pad and soak the carpet, pad and floorboards. What a mess!
With Clear The Air Pet Odor Eliminator
, just sprinkle the granules on top of the carpet. Leave them there overnight and vacuum them up in the morning. You will be amazed that the odor is completely eliminated. The granules work well on all surfaces including tile and concrete. It works so well that it will even completely eliminate the odors coming from your litter box. No one will even suspect that you have a litter box in the house!
Clear The Air does not have to come into contact with the odor producer. It draws the odors in like a powerful magnet. The odors are absorbed and neutralized without using any caustic chemicals or fragrance cover-ups. Clear The Air is made from all-natural minerals. It is non-toxic, biodegradable and perfectly safe around children and pets even if eaten.
How to Eliminate Pet Urine Odors from Litter Box
How to Eliminate Pet Urine Odors from Carpets, Wood Floors, Tile, Concrete and Furniture
- Add granules to bottom of the litter box, add litter, then add additional granules on top.
- Add 1/2 cup of granules each time litter is changed, scooped or as needed.
- Will prolong the life of your litter.
- Remove feces and excess urine.
- Sprinkle granules over the area until dry granules are present on top. Also works well on old dry urine odors.
- Leave overnight, then sweep or vacuum.
- Clear The Air pulls the odors from the carpet, padding and subfloor.
- Typically one application will eliminate all odors; occasionally a second application is necessary.
- One canister covers 100 square feet.
The materials, information and answers provided through this website are not intended to replace the medical advice or services of a qualified veterinarian or other pet health care professional. Consult your own veterinarian for answers to specific medical questions, including diagnosis, treatment, therapy or medical attention.
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