After my cat was closed up in the living room by mistake, she used the throw rug as her litter box. Since that time, I was not able to get rid of the cat urine smell. I tried everything which included pouring hot soapy water through the carpet fibers into a bucket below. Since there was a lingering odor, the cat would again potty in the room. I tried Odor Hunter and it worked like a charm!! Not only did it get rid all of traces of urine smell, my cat hasn't used the rug as a litter box since.
I have a terrible odor under the vanity in one of my bathrooms. As far as I can tell it is from Ortho Fire Ant Killer that I put on a mound that was next to the foundation and went up under the siding that backs up to the bathroom. I have tried almost everything then discovered this site. I order one bottle of Odor Hunter and while it has helped, the smell is not completely gone. So I give it 4 stars
Great product. I have an area rug that I steam cleaned to "sanitize and get the odor out". That did not work very well. I decided to try this on the rug and it was amazing! It is a very fine mist, so the rug only took a few minutes to dry and there was no odor or fragrance when it was dry...just odorless!
Mice move into my car, and died! It smelled so bad. My sons pulled apart my car and found nests. I cleaned and cleaned. I took it to a car wash and they worked on it for 6 hours and it still smelled. Now it smelled like dead mouse AND cleaning chemicals. I put 4 boxes of baking soda in my car and it still had a smell. I jokingly contemplated leaving my car downtown with the keys in it, hoping someone would just drive the smelly car away. I use "Odor Hunter" and it helps a great deal. Every few days, I sprayed my car again when I have a hint of bad smell. But then again, maybe its all in my head. How does one get over having mice nests in your car!