Dead Scent will remove odors associated to the following and more. Mold, Mildew, Smoke, Tobacco, Fire Damage, Septic & Sewer, Musty Spaces, Paint & VOC’s, Pets, Skunks, Fish Odor, Cooking & Food, Vomit, Garbage, Urine, Floods and More
Our Chlorine Dioxide (CLO2) process is the most sophisticated, safest and selective scent remover due to its unique chemical structure and patented delivery system. To learn more about the how it works click here.
A treatment will last days, weeks, or longer. In other words, as long as it takes for the treated area to have bad odors reintroduced to the area. If you still smell the essence of Dead Scent, you’re good to go.
For the quickest and most effective treatment we recommend using our drop down choices under each area size and odor level. It is important to choose properly so that your treatment is most effective. When in doubt, always choose the next level of treatment.
Some describe Dead Scent as smelling similar to a pool or that it has a chlorine-like scent. However Dead Scent is not traditional chlorine. Dead Scent CLO2 will penetrate any porous material or surface to eliminate odors, bacteria, mold, mildew, and dangerous pathogens. Also, because it's a vapor the entire interior can be treated all at once with one treatment, leaving no mess or cleanup! Just a fresh smelling space.
Uh oh! Hope you didn’t do that…just kidding. The fact is, if you treat longer than 6 hours there will be NO adverse effects. A longer treatment just means that the interior of your space has processed longer in the Dead Scent treatment, which is not a bad thing and it’s totally safe.
We recommend that you clean up any heavy organic build up. Make sure that all surfaces are dry. Also, it is helpful to open any cabinets, drawers, or storage compartments. Close any window, blinds, and curtains. Make sure the AC, fans, or ventilation within the treatment area is turned off or set to recirculate the air.
Once you start the treatment, immediately leave the area and close off the space for the duration of the treatment cycle.
Hunting Scent Elimination
Technically you do not have to treat your clothes every time. Obviously there are a lot of factors to take into consideration such as:
The amount of hours the person is wearing the clothing? If you are hunting with another person, are they giving off a lot of bad odors? In other words, did your hunting buddy decide to eat chili the night before, and is now having a fartiac arrest in the cab of your truck? (Not cool!)Was it hot during your hunt, causing you to overheat and sweat? While some say that ‘sweat equity is the best equity’, let’s face it, if you can smell yourself, others (including animals) have been able to for a while!
All kidding aside, provided that there are not excessive extenuating circumstances that would reintroduce bad odors to your hunting clothes, we believe that (1) Dead Scent treatment packet should be good for the following usage guidelines:
If a person is hunting every day for 8 hours a day, that would require treating every 3rd day.If a person hunts 2-3 hours a day, every day, we would recommend once a week, or when the clothing becomes smelly again.
Tip: If you take off your gear after your hunt and store the clothing in a container that keeps them free from bad odors, it will help preserve your Dead Scent treatment until your next time in the field. Basically if you still smell the essence of Dead Scent, you’re good to go.
For the quickest and most effective treatment we recommend using our reusable treatment bag as its sized specifically for your wearable hunting gear.
You may use an area approximately but not larger than 65 sq. ft. This area should be sealed, secured and enclosed (i.e. no access allowed and no other clothing) space such as a small closet, a small bathroom or the inside of a vehicle.
Note: The treatment when completed needs to have time to safely air-out with no one around. This takes approximately 5-10 minutes.