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Can't live without it!
With two cats and three litter boxes in the house, it was hard before I discovered Nilodor. It does not matter how much you clean and disinfect,I could still smell cats pi, but just one drop of Nilodor does the trick.
I also put just one drop on my vacuum cleaner's filter.
2 drops on a cotton wool can refresh the whole shoe cabinet for a month.
Instructions on the bottle clearly say that you are suppose to use only 1-2 drops to eliminate odors,so, do not spill the whole bottle and then blame it on the product!
I also use it on the lid of my dust bin and garbage bin.
inexpensive,concentrated,one tiny bottle lasts more than a year
In small doses it does a great job!
Read the instructions!! - only one or two drops needed. I used this in my childrens nappy bin and could easily let it fill up rather than empty everytime there was a nasty package put in there... worked for me! It has a neutral smell if used in small doses, I can't imagine it would be very pleasant if you spilled a whole bottle but that's why its a concentrate!
Lasted a long time as you only need a drop or two
My mum had this product in her car for years and she accidently spilled it. Well that was a HUGE mistake because the smell lingered for what felt like forever and it really is not a pleasant smell.
I suppose in very small quantities it could replace a really bad smell with just an unpleasant one but I would rather use white vinegar to get rid of odours than this product.
It is such a horrid smell, completely overpowering. It doesn't deodorise, it just masks smells with another horrible smell. I don't know how it can claim to neutralise?
Questions & Answers
I recently discovered a baby dead rat on top of my pollen filter that sits atop my aircon fan in my car, i dont know how long it was in my car for as it had made a nest, i only noticed it when a foul smell was emanating from the air con vents, i have removed the filter and disposed of both and i have also used 1/2 a can of deodouriser from the servo whilst the fan was running to try and get the deodouriser through the vents so it would remove the smell, i was wondering would Nilodor remove this smell for me if i was to place a few drops onto the new filter ?? If this doesnt work i will be trading my car in, please help the smell is nauseating..
IMPORTANT! The first thing to remember when using this product is NEVER, EVER apply the product directly to anything you wish to deodorise, as it will leave its own characteristic smell, and this can be a problem. In order to absorb odours, put the Nilodor onto a saucer, or a suitable disposable item (such as a plastic bottle cap of suitable size) which can be positioned close to the source of the odour. If you intend to drive the car during the deodorising attempt, remove the saucer (or bottle cap, etc) and put it back again when the car is not in use. Alternatively, make sure the saucer or bottle cap (or whatever you decide to use) is secured in such a way that it cannot dislodge or tip over while you are driving. I'm not sure whether the Nilodor will be powerful enough for this job, but try leaving it in place for at least a few days. If you use a saucer, it can be washed clean in a dishwasher. If you clean it by hand, be careful not to get the Nilodor on your skin. If you use a disposable item, just discard it in your rubbish bin when you are finished with it. If this fails, you could consult a car air conditioning company to see if they can do anything with it. Good luck!
Yes I understand the disgusting smell you describe, it was described on line as the smell of rotting flesh, absolutely correct.
We had this smell in the kitchen, and after spending days cleaning areas that didn’t need cleaning, we discovered the source, it was a huge water rat fried in the wiring of our practically new oven so after days again of cleaning, the smell was still there, and we had used everything we could find to remove this stench with no results. I was then told of NilOdour $7.40 in Coles, and within a day we had cleared the smell, cannot recommend it enough. It comes in a spray and a drop bottle.. the only complaint with the spray it leaks down the bottle when you spray might be a faulty spray container, but still 5*
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