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  • Getting Rid of The Musty Basement Smell - Older basements often have a thick and foul odor that is commonly described as “musty”. Although the smell is common we don’t usually think about the factors contributing to this unpleasant odor. Mold and mildew, water leaks, and poor air ventilation combine with odors from smoke, pets, old furniture, and…

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  • Love My Pet, The Pet Odor – Not So Much - Most dog lovers will agree that a dog is a man’s best friend, and every crazy cat lady you know would find it impossible to imagine life without cats, but what about the odors that these loving pets leave behind? “Fresh” and “clean-smelling” are not typically the words that come…

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  • Rid Your Home of Hidden Carpet Odors - Are you looking to remove that hideous carpet smell in your home that may stink up the whole room and eventually spread to the whole house? You are not the only person facing an awful carpet odor. Obviously, your goal is to completely remove the smell from both your carpet…

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  • National Mutt Day - Today is National Mutt Day. Yeah for mutts! Here are 10 of the 50 Ways to Celebrate from National Mutt Day. (Visit for the complete list) Adopt a Mutt from your local shelter or rescue organization. Volunteer at your local shelter and offer to walk a Mutt or play with…

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  • Handling Overpowering Kitchen Smells - A kitchen can be home to many delicious meals for the family. But when the aromas of delicious food is overpowered by a smelly appliance or kitchen accidents resulting in burnt food, some family members may lose their appetite over the smell of kitchen mishaps. If you are trying to battle…

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  1. paackage was supposeedly delivered on 11.24.2014. Package not delivered. not delered, telephone # 505.715.9346

    • Patrick, if it was ordered through Amazon, you will need to contact them. Otherwise contact us at support [at] odorzout [dot] com and we will help you track it down.

  2. Where can I buy odorzout in nc I’ve tried pets art and ace hardware to no avail

  3. We bought our house 16 years ago. It had been infested with rats. One hallway has a closet for the furnace. It reeks of rat urine and wafts out into the hall. Without tearing out the sheetrock, how can I get rid of the smell? There is a space in the ceiling that is open and can be reached. It seems to be where most of the smell is. Please help. Thank you.

    • Hi Michele. OdorZout All-Surface Granules should help with problem. You can read more about the product and how to use it here: All-Surface Granules. The beauty of this product is by lightly sprinkling the product on the floor it will take the odor away from the whole area including the ceiling and the walls. Please let us know if you have any questions! support [at] odorzout [dot] com.

  4. I will tell you that there has never been a product like OdorZout All Surface Granules in the marketplace, which truly removes the cat urine smell from carpet. I also will truthfully tell you that even on recommendation from the Queen of Clean, I did not believe that your product would remove the odor. I am pleased to say that I was proven wrong!

    Your product is unbelievable!! Thank you, thank you, and thank you from a 5 cat, 2 horse family.

  5. Wow! The All-Surface Granules really work and it is so easy to use. I have a 15 year old cat who had soaked my new sofa with urine. I had done everything I knew of to try to rid it of the stench. Twenty-four hours with Odorzout, and you would never guess there had ever been a problem. I also have a pouch hanging by the litter box. I never intend to be without your product again.

    Thank you.

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