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Odorcide Fire & Flood Concentrate, Case of 4 x 1gal Bottles

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Product Description

Odorcide Fire & Flood Concentrate, Case of 4 x 1gal Bottles

Specifically formulated to eliminate odors caused by fires or floods. From charred wood to old mildew odors.

***1-2 day handling time***

Background
Odor caused by fire and flood damage can be difficult to remove because it can affect almost every surface in the building or house. Extensive drying, cleaning and deodorizing are needed in most cases to restore the structure to safe and livable conditions. Odorcide Fire & Flood works through a process of counteraction and absorption to safely, but effectively eliminate the odor. Sold as a concentrate, Odorcide Fire & Flood is diluted with water and applied using sprayer and fogger applications.

Uses
- Designed to work in tank or trigger sprayers on small affected areas or materials such as drapery, upholstery, furniture, etc.
- Can be used in wet fogging systems in rooms or large areas that have been affected by smoke and/or water damage.

Directions for Use
Preparation
Remove all unattached items such as drapes, rugs, furniture, etc. from the affected area. Ventilate the area and dry water damaged surfaces as much as possible (includes carpet if it can be saved). For suspended ceilings, remove the ceiling tiles. If they are not damaged they can be treated per instructions for sprayer applications.

Recommended Concentrations:
- Charred Surfaces
  • Model: OD 210FF-G





Odorcide Fire & Flood Concentrate, Case of 4 x 1gal Bottles

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