Odorcide 210 Fresh Scent Ready to Use Soaker Master Case (2-12 packs of 16 oz bottles)
On general odors in carpet and fabric pull the cap, point at odor source. If the odor is deeply embedded, the area must be thoroughly saturated. Stepping on the soaked area will improve penetration once the product has been applied. The product must come in contact with the odor source to be completely effective. Let air dry. If odor remains, not enough product was used or direct contact with the odor source was not made. Repeat. On stains, rub the area thoroughly with a sponge or cloth saturated with the product. Blot with a clean cloth. Let air dry and vacuum.
All Thornell products are safe for use on any surface. As with any product, follow the label directions. Contains water, proprietary essential oil blend and preservatives.
Keep out of the reach of children. For external use only.
Effectiveness decreased when using with Chlorine solutions. Always spot test for color fastness.
Q: Is it an enzyme?
A: No. Odorcide is not an enzyme. Odorcide uses a chemistry called Zwaademaker Conjugates. This process bonds, absorbs and then counteracts the odor molecules ability to emit a vapor. The result is complete elimination of the odor.
Q: Does it work on cat urine?
A: Yes. Odorcide will eliminate the odors caused by pet urine. Simply identify the source and make sure Odorcide is used in a manner that will ensure contact with the odor molecule.
Q: Can you use it on oriental or wool rugs?
A: Yes. Odorcide is safe for use on rugs and carpets of all kinds. Rugs need to be treated front and back. A dip tank is best if available.
Q: Does it leave a residue?
A: No. Odoricide is a water based product thus no residue is left behind.
Q: Does it attract dirt?
A: No. Odorcide is non-ionic with a neutral Ph thus it does not attract dirt or debris after use.
Q: Will it hurt the finish on my floor?
A: No. Odorcide is a water based product and contains no caustic ingredients that will damage the floor surface.
Q: Do I need to extract it?
A: Once Odorcide is applied its best to leave it until you are certain it has penetrated deeply enough to come in contact with the odor source. As many of the problems areas are on wood or concrete flooring, this process may take a few minutes. Odorcide needs to penetrate both of these hard surfaces to adequately reach the odor molecule. Once you are certain the penetration process is complete, you can extract the excess or you can simply let it air dry. If you are cleaning in addition to deodorizing, you can remove the excess during your cleaning procedures.
Q: What’s in it?
A: The actual formula is proprietary but in general terms Odorcide is made up of a blend of natural ingredients that are safe for use on any surface to include leather chairs and hard wood floors. It is always recommended that you spot test before applications and as with all chemicals please keep them out of children’s reach.