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Skunk Odor on Walls, Floors and Other Surfaces

Mix Odormute solution at a ratio of 1 tablespoon to 1 quart of warm water. Use a hand-held sprayer (or a larger Lawn and Garden Sprayer depending on the surface area to be treated). Spray any surface that may have been exposed to the odor through direct contact or air-borne odor. The solution may be sprayed on draperies if the contact was not direct, but airborne. On some surfaces such as wood paneling, a slight residue may be left after drying. This can be removed with a damp cloth. Skunk odor is the most difficult odor to remove and may require repeat applications.

Skunk Odor
Most Difficult to eliminate, period. 

Use ratio of 1 tablespoon Odormute powder to 1 quart of warm water.

Skunk Odor on Pets
When your dog or cat gets “skunked”, use Odormute to rinse your pet in the following manner:

​Mix 1 tablespoon to 1 quart of warm water. It is best to bathe your pet outdoors, to avoid getting in contact with any household items. Wear gloves to avoid contact with the skunk odor. Thoroughly soak your pet’s coat with the solution. Avoid direct contact with the pet’s eyes; use a soaked washcloth if needed around eyes, nose and mouth. Allow the mixture to dry for about 1 hour. Once dry, rinse your pet thoroughly with cool water, then repeat by washing your pet with cool water again. If skunk odor is still detected, repeat the entire process.

Once odor is eliminated, wash your pet with your favorite pet shampoo. Enzymes may be irritating to skin on some animals. If skin redness or irritation occurs, discontinue use and wash your pet thoroughly with water.