Do you have problems with pet odors? At some point, most people who live with animals do. Whether you're faced with a stinky litter box or the evidence of a housetraining accident, pet odors can get the best of you.
Not only is pet odor unpleasant, it can often create an ongoing problem. Certain types of odor (like urine) can encourage your cat to eliminate outside the litter box in the most inappropriate places. Covering up the odor with an air freshener doesn't help - your cat's sense of smell is much more sensitive than yours, so your kitty will continue to smell the odor long after you think it is gone. When your cat detects the urine odor, he is likely to keep coming back to that spot and continue to urinate there, again and again.
The solution? Eliminate the odor. But the only way to eliminate the smell is to attack the odor at the molecular level and neutralize the odor-causing molecules. Most odor-control products can't do this.
Many products on the market claim to "lift out" odor, but they just don't work. Zero Odor
is the only product I've found that really gets rid of the smell - for good.Zero Odor
was developed by a pair of chemists with PhDs. They used molecular chemistry to isolate an anti-odor molecule that seeks out and binds to unpleasant smelling molecules, rendering them odorless and harmless. With just a few sprays, you can eliminate the smell of litter boxes, dog and cat waste, soiled diapers – even skunk spray. Zero Odor
removes even the toughest odors to keep your home smelling fresh and clean. This amazing product is nontoxic and safe for both humans and pets. The active ingredient used in Zero Odor is regularly used in human hydrotherapy treatments in hospitals, nursing homes and recuperative institutions. One 22-ounce bottle contains enough liquid for more than 300 applications. Best of all, Zero Odor is suitable for people with scent sensitivities because it contains no perfumes and leaves no cover-up scent.
If you've got pet odor problems, give this product a try. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised.
To learn more, go to: www.petproductadvisor.com/catodor
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