Always read label directions.
Simply pour Cat Odor-Off on, making certain that you have covered the soiled area completely and with enough volume to soak through the carpet or sofa reaching the odor source. Let it dry. That’s it.
Litter Box Odor – the basic odor control for litter boxes is to strain frequently for solid matter and change the litter often enough so the ammonia from the decaying urine doesn’t become a problem. Actually if the urine is left long enough it will go into a second stage of decay and a mercaptan odor will be produced which is very objectionable. Once the litter is changed use Cat Odor-Off or AOE to clean the empty tray or around the area where the tray sits if your pet missed where they aimed. Let dry. The odor will be gone.
Tomcat Spray Odor – is a serious problem because it contains odorous materials in addition to urine. Wash off any odorous material that is visible. Using Cat Odor-Off spray the area several times until the odor is controlled or eliminated. Spray the surface until it becomes just wet enough so that the odor control product starts to run down. Let dry and repeat the process as needed.
For concentrate - Remove cap from the small, graduated part of the bottle. Squeeze large part of bottle, with cap on, forcing Cat Odor-Off into the measurement chamber.
• Dilute 1/2 oz. of Cat Odor-Off Concentrate to 16 oz. of water in a spray or pour-on applicator.
Spray or pour on the source of the odor. If on carpet saturate to reach the odor source. Work in thoroughly if possible. Allow to dry. If odor persists after Cat Odor-Off has dried, the source of the odor has not been reached. Continue to reapply as necessary.
May be applied directly to the animal, on cages, fabrics, carpets and any place a problem odor exists. Very effective when applied to the surface of litter boxes.