One night my husband and I were watching PITCHMEN on television and they were looking into a new product, What Odor? (The Pitchmen are those guys who find products to pitch and promote, such as Oxy-Clean.) Anyway, they were talking about how this product was super safe (the guy even sprayed it in his mouth - but don't try it, I wouldn't) with animals and children. They tested it on cat urine, skunk, and smelly shoes and every time they were amazed that the smell came out.
Well, I wondered if it were really possible. Could something really take the smell out - not just mask it, but remove it? I immediately looked the company up on the internet and contacted them about doing a review - so, here it is - the truth...
Many of you know that Brindie just had 14 puppies. What better way to test the product? Every morning I woke up I was gagging with puppy pooh. Sorry about the picture, but I had to have visuals and it's better then scratch n' sniff. Anyway, the day I received the product I immediately went to the puppy pad. I picked up a piece of pooh (with a towel, not bare handed) and sniffed. I knew it was going to be bad, but I wanted to be sure it was really working. After I sprayed it I left it there for 30 minutes before going back to smell it again. Why? Because you become desensitized and I wanted the second sniff to be as fresh as the first.Well, I smelled no pooh at all when I went back. I was so shocked. Now, this is where my poor family comes into play. They love that I test all these products, but they hate it when I make them help - like no one wanted to smell the pooh I kept shoving in every one's face. I even made my 5 year old smell...lol. They were all equally amazed.
My husband thought the true test would be at my friend's house. She has 5 dogs and 4 cats. One of her cats is a male and hasn't been fixed. Needless to say he has ruined the carpet in her spare room and the smell just about kills you. She has tried everything you can imagine to get rid of the smell, including steam cleaning the carpet. So, we went over to her house that night and sprayed the area where her cat sprayed. Guess what? She bought the 32 oz. bottle the next morning. It totally worked.
Another test? My mom bought a car a week ago that smelled like cigarettes. It smelled so bad that she wouldn't drive it until she could figure out a way to get the smell out. I told her about What Odor? and she took my word and ordered it. She called me 3 days ago - smell is gone and she is driving the car! (Mom, if you read this please leave a comment so people know I'm not making this up.)
Here is a list from their site of some of the things you can use it on:
I think it is great that it is safe to use around pets and children. Those factors are a big concern for my family. Did I mention the company guarantees your satisfaction or you get your money back? I bet they have never had to do that.
I am so sold on this product I am giving away a 6 oz. bottle to one of my readers. The mandatory entry requires you to leave a comment after visiting the sponsors website and tell me what other things What Odor? can be used on (scroll to the bottom of the page). YOU MUST LEAVE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS WITH YOUR FIRST ENTRY!
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Disclosure: I was given product for review, but received no other form of compensation.