Here are some questions we get asked about Oderase.
We hope these answers help you.
How do I know if Oderase is working?
Most people buy air fresheners and expect it to fragrance the air. With Oderase™ it’s different! When you’ve spritzed Oderase™ you will notice the odours fade away to nothing, quickly restoring the air in your home to its natural balance.
How long does Oderase take to work?
As soon as the water-based mist is sprayed into the air Oderase™ starts to attract and remove bad odour molecules, so it clears the air within a matter of minutes. Bad bathroom odours will obviously take a bit longer than light ones, but you can be confident they’re quickly eliminated.
Can I use Oderase on fabrics?
Oderase Open Plan Living Odour Erasing spray is designed as a fabric refresher for use on fabrics and as an air freshener spray, in kitchens and living spaces.
How long does one pump spray pack last?
Each 100ml Bathroom air freshener pump spray pack contains up to 500 spritzes. Our testing is based on an average bathroom odour that needs a few spritzes. Clearly, everyone is different so there are some bathroom odours that need more, and others that will need less!
Each 200ml Open-Plan Living fabric refresher and air freshener spray pack contains up to 1000 spritzes, so whether the odour is as bad as cooked fish, onion or curry, you will have plenty to spray liberally into the air and on to soft furnishings like sofas, cushions and curtains.
I have some tiny spot-marks on my curtains after spraying Oderase Open-Plan Living spray. What should I do?
It is likely your curtains are made from poly-cotton, and these are what are called water-spots. Take a lightly dampened clean, white cloth and dab them off. You will find they easily disappear.
Is Oderase safe to use around children and pets?
We have developed Oderase with carefully selected ingredients with upmost attention to safety, in line with the EU General Product Safety Directive.
Can I use Oderase on my pets?
We have not developed current Oderase™ Sprays to be used on animal fur or skin. It is not tested for this use and as such, we do not recommend to use this product on animals. A product for pet odours is something we will potentially look at for the future.
Has Oderase been tested on animals?
No. Oderase has only been tested with non-animal alternatives for safety.