N.O.C.™ liquid effectively controls bacterial odors in areas such as marine head and bilges, grease traps, RV total water treatment, skunk odor, dog run and kennels, contained animal houses, septic systems, and even down to the dog’s bad breath. See Q & A for more usage.
Step 2. N.O.C. ™ (Natures Odor Control™)
Equal parts Mix N.O.C. ™ at a rate of 1 part of N.O.C. ™ to:
Example 1 quart to 1 quart water. In a new hand held sprayer.
CAT PROBLEMS — 2 parts warm (not hot) water.
DOG PROBLEMS — 5 parts warm (not hot) water.
Thoroughly saturate the area (to reach the sub floor) extending about three times the size of the affected area. Let stand for 45 minutes to one hour. Then shampoo carpet with carpet cleaner as usual and be sure to rinse the area with extra water, then extract as much moisture as possible. Fans in the area always help to dry faster.
Subject: N.O.C.™ expiring?
Hi Sheryl, I bought a gallon of N.O.C.™ two years ago and opened it up to use it today and it didn’t foam at all when I sprayed it on urine stains in my concrete.
I’m wondering if (unmixed) it has a shelf life? Please let me know. Mike
N.O.C.™ does not foam. Go to the website and check out more information under Purchase Products. B.O.S.S.™ is the product that foams, and you always use B.O.S.S.™ first with urine problems. Then N.O.C.™ When it is not mixed up, it will last a long time.
I was using N.O.C.™ on concrete. Do I need to use B.O.S.S.™ first on concrete too?
Was this a dog or cat problem?
a cat problem
Mike, we always use B.O.S.S.™ first when it is a cat problem, and mix the N.O.C.™ 2 parts warm water (not HOT) to N.O.C.™ That is equal parts. I am sending you a sheet on the N.O.C.™ attachment.