- Directly to Burnt Surfaces. Where direct application is preferred over fogging, Air Neutralizer may be applied directly to burnt surfaces. It should be sprayed or brushed on the surfaces full strength.
- Used As a Fogging Agent. Apply a solution of Air Neutralizer, diluted according to label instructions, with a fine mist fogger.
- Can Be Applied Directly to Surfaces, Added to Cleaners and Paints, Or Fogged Chemspec’s Air Neutralizer formulation lets you apply it by the most effective yet economical method. This means that Air Neutralizer can be applied as dictated by the intensity of the odor and/or accessibility to the surface. This ability to be applied by multiple methods gives you the flexibility to choose the most cost-efficient method in order to achieve the optimum results.
- Can Be Used As An Additive. As an additive to wall-cleaning solution, use 3 ounces of Air Neutralizer per diluted gallon of cleaner. To water-based paint, use 4 ounces per gallon of paint. For carpet and upholstery shampoo, or detergents, use 1 ounce per diluted gallon of shampoo/detergent.
Note: Cover furniture, paintings, clothes or any objects subject to attack by solvents. Avoid overwetting.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
FOR INTERIOR AIR DEODORIZING: Mix 22 ozs. to 1 gallon of water. Use fine mist setting on cold fogger. Repeat treatment if necessary.
FOR BURNT SURFACES: Use full strength. Apply with a natural fiber brush.
AS AN ADDITIVE: To wall cleaning solution: use 3 ozs. per diluted gallon. To water-based paint, use 4 ozs. per gallon.
For carpet and upholstery shampoo: Use 1 oz. per diluted gallon to cut soot and deodorize textiles.
FOR REMOVING CIGARETTE ODORS: Add 3 ozs. to regular cleaning solution. Will remove tar and nicotine from all surfaces.