OdoEliminator Concentrated Deodorizer quickly eliminates offensive odors at their source, leaving a clean, fresh smell instead. This product is concentrated for economy. Easily applied with a mop, sponge, scrubber or sprayer, it's great for kennels, crates, concrete, gravel and dirt runs. The non-irritating, non-staining formula is safe for use around pets, including puppies and kittens. No harsh alkalis, acids, petroleum distillate, phenol, mercury or other heavy metals. Made in USA.
Avoid contact with eyes or accidental ingestion.
Keep children and pets from sprayed area until dry.
Do not use directly on animals.
Do not spray around fish ponds or where run-off will drain into ponds.
Do not over-spray product so that run-off or puddling occur.
Do not use concentrate without hose-end sprayer attached.
Keep out of reach of children.
The effectiveness of OdoEliminator depends on its reaching the source of the odor. Dilution rates may vary. General recommendations are listed below.
For general deodorizing, dilute one ounce (2 Tbsp) of OdoEliminator to each gallon of water and apply with a sponge or sprayer. For small jobs, add 1 Tbsp of OdoEliminator to a pint of water, apply in a spray bottle, and use as needed. When mopping floors, add one ounce of OdoEliminator per gallon of rinse water. For cleaning and deodorizing in one easy step, we recommend the use of OdoEliminator Deodorizing Cleaner. For heavily contaminated areas, after cleaning, dilute 2 ounces OdoEliminator per gallon of water and apply. For spot treatment, apply undiluted a few drops at a time.
Dilute one ounce (2 Tbsp) of OdoEliminator per gallon of water and spray on any type of surface (concrete, gravel, wood, soil). Hose-end sprayers are especially recommended. Caution: Avoid use around plants. Repeat application in two weeks and then as necessary. Areas contaminated by animal waste or other organic matter should be sprayed after each cleaning.
Active ingredient: Alkyl Dimethyl Benzyl Ammonium Chloride.
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nice smell removes pet and milk odor
Sep 8, 2014 | By J