Dry Cleanable Fabric & Clothing
Organic odors on delicate clothes should have the
contaminated areas sprayed with Odorxit® Concentrate diluted 1:30
with water. Odors
are normally eliminated with 1 or 2 applications. Allow the Odorxit® solution
to dry overnight then test the area for odor by lightly spraying the area with water. If the odor returns re-treat with
the Odorxit®. When the odor is completely eliminated dry clean and press the garment.
Treating mold and mildew odor and body odors that do not respond to dry cleaning can be very effectivly treated with
(ClO2). The easiest way to apply OdorXit AQM
is to mount a 10 gram extended release packet
on the closet wall or bottom of the closet shelf or in the clamshell pouch included with the product sitting on the floor of the closet.
Separate the clothes as much as possible so the air can travel between and thought the clothes. Make sure the packet does not touch the
clothing as it will bleach the area it touches. Remove the white micro pouch packet
from the mylar shipping pouch and insert it into the plastic clamshell. Normal response time
to treatment is 2 to 4 days for complete removal of mold, allergens and body odors.
Machine Washable Fabric
Removing organic odors including urine
, feces, liquid stool, vomit, skunk, spoiled food, fish, mold and mildew odor from machine
washable fabric requires that you add several caps full of Odorxit® Concentrate to the washing machine at the beginning of
the wash cycle with the normal dose of detergent but no bleach. Allow the wash cycle to complete but delay the first spin cycle
for 15 to 30 minutes (This can easily be accomplished with older model top loading washers by leaving the door open during the
wash cycle). After the wash/soak time, close the lid and let the machine finish its normal cycles. In some cases, it may be necessary
to run the final rinse twice.
Even thought Odorxit® Concentrate
is extremely safe even for
babies, when using it on on baby clothing and bedding, use as little as is effective. This will reduce the cost and reduce the
very small possibility of reactions on your baby's or your very sensitive skin.
Funiture With Fabric Upholstery
Organic odors in furniture upholstery can be a bit more difficult because much of the fabric used on furniture
is not colorfast. Before you attempt a furniture recovery project, test Odorxit® on the back of the piece to
see what happens. After all, a nice piece of furniture with water marks and no smell is not acceptable either.
If the furniture fabric is colorfast, remove the bulk of surface material. Wash the stain with a combination of
water, mild upholstery cleaner and Odorxit® (Mix 1 ounce of Odorxit® with each quart of upholstery solution).
Then sprays on another application of just Odorxit® diluted 1 ounce to 20 or 30 ounces of water and allow it to dry slowly.
If the contamination has soaked deeply into the padding it will be necessary to treat the padding as a separate item.
Sometimes this can be accomplished with out removing the upholstery cover, but in many cases, removing the cushion cover
will be a better choice because the volume of Odorxit® needed to get to all the contamination will be much larger than
is needed for just the covering.