ONE TIME ODOR ELIMINATION
For carpet, locate the source of the odor (a black light or moisture probe may help identify urine deposits) and treat after vacuuming loose dirt and debris. Mix concentrate with water at a rate of 1:16 (8 oz per gallon) and saturate 50% beyond the actual “spot” area. For general carpet deodorizing, add odorcide directly to the cleaning extraction system insuring it penetrates to the odor source. Increase penetration by using a roller, hand manipulation or by “walking” the product in.
ON-GOING ODOR ELIMINATION
Dilute with water or cleaning solution at a rate of ½ oz per gallon. Apply to common areas with mop, sponge or trigger sprayer. Use higher dilution for more severe odor situations.
On hard surfaces, point the bottle sprayer at the odor source and spray. Use enough product to thoroughly cover the odor source. Wipe or let air dry. On fabric, point the bottle sprayer at the odor source and spray. Use enough product to thoroughly cover or saturate the material. The product must come in contact with the odor source to be completely effective. Let air dry. On stains, rub the area thoroughly with a sponge or cloth saturated with the product. Blot with a clean cloth. Let air dry.