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Bad Air Sponge Odor Neutralant, 1lb

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  • Neutralizes odors from pets, mildew, mold, urine, sewer gas, cleaning solvents, latex and oil paint fumes, formaldehyde, ammonia, and even human decay
  • Does not need to directly come in contact with any odor sources to eliminate them
  • Non-toxic and non-flammable; safe to use around your family, your pets, and your children
  • Works by neutralizing odor molecules in the air as well as pulling out and neutralizing odors from furniture, carpets, drapes, and upholstery
  • The Bad Air Sponge has become the standard odor remover for the entire disaster restoration industry
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.5 x 3.8 x 3.8 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001SBMLAM
  • Item model number: BAS-1LB
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (280 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #232 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Eliminate odors from pets, urine, mildew, and many other odors safely with The Bad Air Sponge. The Bad Air Sponge does not mask odors with powerful scents or perfumes; it totally eliminates odor. When placed near an odor producer, it neutralizes the odors in the air as well as drawing out the odor causing molecules and neutralizing them. The Bad Air Sponge is the only air freshener you need. It can be used to remove any unpleasant odor from your home, office, boat, camper or anywhere where odors exist. It does not need to directly come in contact with any odor sources to eliminate them; just place it near the odor and it will eliminate the it. The Bad Air Sponge is used by professionals and home owners for the last 50 plus years and has become the standard odor remover for the entire disaster restoration industry. The Bad Air Sponge is frequently used to eliminate very potent odors including those due to mold, mildew, sewer gas, cleaning solvents, latex and oil paint fumes, formaldehyde, ammonia, and even human decay. The Bad Air Sponge works by neutralizing odor molecules in the air as well as pulling out and neutralizing odors from porous materials and objects including furniture, carpets, drapes, walls, and upholstery. This process makes it the best air freshener on the market today. The Bad Air Sponge is non-toxic, natural, and safe. It is safe to use as an odor removal product around your family, your pets, and your children. It is non-toxic and non-flammable.


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Customer Reviews

I would give this item 0 stars but it wouldn't let me.
H Judge
Now she just keeps this Bad Air Sponge container open all the time, and her living room no longer has that lingering, stale cigarette smoke odor.
balooga
The smell of this product is actually nice, very subtle smell like that of say a "ocean" scented candle.
Tina M. Powers

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

228 of 230 people found the following review helpful By JenniferJF on October 3, 2010
I'm responsible for purchasing supplies for a group home for adults with developmental disabilities. We had persistent odor in one of our bathrooms despite daily scrubbing because staff would 'forget' to throw out used Depends immediately after use. After having tried all the sprays available, and being unable to use many products due to concerns about accidental ingestion, in desperation I tried this product. It works amazingly well. We even use the same jar occasionally in other areas around the house whenever we have 'accidents' and it takes care of even the worst lingering air odors within half an hour. Best of all, it's completely non-toxic which means we can leave it out without fear of ingestion. The one jar I've bought has actually lasted us about a year, but we keep it in a small bathroom which is probably the reason for this long life.

Also, because no one's mentioned it here, the outer label peels off leaving a nice looking neutral print on the jar.

If you're looking for a safe and effective air freshener that you can put out and forget about which won't leave cloying chemical perfume odors, I highly recommend giving this product a try.
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112 of 116 people found the following review helpful By Caryatid on May 26, 2010
I've had two occasions to use this product. Once when a mouse died in the wall in my apartment, and once when I was subleasing a room that had a lingering cigarette smoke odor. Both times the smells were driving me insane. I tried Febreze, baking soda, and other similar gel/paste odor neutralizers, but this is the only thing that made breathing bearable.

The only drawback is that product itself doesn't have a particularly good, fresh smell - it's kind of like the blue stuff in port-a-potties. But you really don't smell it that often, and it isn't too strong. It's just a "trace smell."
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47 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Dave on September 19, 2013
It works great. Really, really fantastic.

CREATE ADJUSTABLE STRENGTH ODOR REMOVAL
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A good approach for bathrooms that get a lot of use:

1. Flip it onto it's lid (gel out of container);
2. Cut "vent" strips out of bottom of container with a razor;
3. Leave gel on lid, put container on top. It's now sitting upside down.
4. Lift container to expose gel for faster odor removal, put container back to cover leaving only vents for slower, longer-lasting odor removal.

TOP TIPS:
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1. Consider using less product and/or adding a scented product to save money if you have strong, continuous smells in a large area. Where that is the case you'll need so much of this product that it's own slight odor won't have space to neutralize itself (which it does otherwise).
2. Save money by buying in bulk
- Cheapest: Buy a case at Goodbyeodors.com
- 5-lbs via Amazon Bad Air Sponge Odor Remover
3. Flip it out of the container onto its lid, or scoop bits of the product out onto pieces of cardboard in the space when you first use it. Experiment to determine the least you need to make the smell acceptable/gone.

HOW MUCH SHOULD I USE?
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Take into consideration:
► Space: Full rooms with tough odors need extra, small spaces with minor odors just open the container
► Heat/air flow: The product will evaporate much faster if there is excess heat or a lot of air flow.
► Source: A continuous source of strong odors (such as wafting smoke, cat litter box) will require more of the product.
► Size of source: One pet accident is a small area.
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55 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Book Lover on June 28, 2010
This is awesome. Lingering food smells, or any other odors are just gone and without being replaced with another smell. Left in the house to run errands after cooking bacon and eggs and came home to a very fresh smelling house with no food odors! Keep one by the trash can in the pantry and never a problem!
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36 of 40 people found the following review helpful By emily on May 25, 2012
I've been using Bad Air Sponges for about a year, and here is what I've learned: if you take it out of the container, just plop the whole thing out on the lid, it will do everything you hope. Ammonia/cat pee odor soaks into the plaster walls (urgh!), and the Bad Air Sponge is the one thing I've found that seems to draw the odor out of the walls of my tiny apartment; shortly after I started using it, my sister came over and said, "Wow, it actually doesn't smell like cat in here!" I tried leaving it in the container, to make it last longer, and it just wasn't powerful enough that way. Now I try to make it last longer by slicing it into wafers when it has shriveled up, to expose more surface area, and that does help. Still, it's a new sponge every couple of months.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Sara on December 22, 2012
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I was led to believe that this was unscented. It is very heavily perfumed.

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51 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Clare E. Brady on March 30, 2013
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The advertising for this product is misleading - it implies that there is no scent or odor in the product, and that is not true. The tub came in a box with a book that I had ordered at the same time, and I had to send the book back along with the tub because it had picked up the odor from the "odor neutralizer". This product uses the same chemical, para-dichlorobenzene, that is used in urinal cakes, heavy-duty industrial cleaners, some plug-in air fresheners, and as the main ingredient in mothballs. This is not a substance that anyone should have in their homes, whether chemically-sensitive or not. The Bad Air Sponge is a misnomer; it should be called the "Bad Air Generator"!
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