- Product Dimensions: 48.3 x 30.5 x 63.5 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 11.3 Kg
- Item Model Number: TK005053
- ASIN: B00NO12WGM
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 29 June 2018
- Customer Reviews: 119 customer ratings
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Pure Nature Pets Turf And Kennel Deodorizer, 11kg New
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A landscaper mentioned zeolite to me and I knew that I had to try it. My husband used a spreader and about half of this 25 pound bag of Pure Nature Pets Turf deodorizer and then went over the area with a turf rake to blend it in.
I was hoping for an improvement but was so surprised that it actually seemed to eliminate the odor. I just ordered another bag since this will now become a routine part of our yard maintenance.
I started using an enzyme spray for artificial grass that is marked to deal with the odors associated with animals doing their deeds on the fake grass. Even with spraying it once a week I was still getting strong whiffs or dog urine in the mornings when I went out to enjoy my coffee.
After some research I decided on trying this product to help with the odors. After some time I can report that this stuff works as advertised and I can no enjoy my morning coffee outside without the assaulting urine smell. I even have cut back on using the enzyme spray to once every other week and am still safe from odors
Here is my story so you can see if this product is what you are looking for:
I have a townhome with a deck and very small "yard". I fixed up the landscaping with a 4'x7' Artficial turf cut in shape of oval. This was to be used freely by our Boston Terrier. This was my first time setting up artificial turf so I didnt even think of whether or not odor would be a problem. I just assumed this was an easy way around real grass. I was in for an unpleasant surprise! At first I didn't think anything of maintenance except for obviously picking up my dogs poop right away which we have always been on top of. Then I noticed the grass wreaked something terrible! It could even easily be smelt around the outside of our fenced in deck area.. I started hosing the entire grass down regularly, drenching it, to help drain all the excrements.. did almost nothing.. Started spraying with undiluted vinegar heavy then drenching with hose... This started to help for a day or two when I would treat it then odor came back full force. I needed to find something different and knew I didn't want to try to hose the turf down somehow during winter too..
I liked the idea of spreading infill and basically leaving it... so I spread it with a seed broadcaster, to an extent I thought was heavy. I bought two 25 lbs bags thinking one wouldn't cut it but I got solid coverage with a little left over from one bag. This amount also required vigorous effort to blend it in with a push broom down into the turf...
Now the odor is gone ever since I put it down! Took strong wiffs of the air close to the turf and the whole area smells clean! No change in the extent our dog uses it!... As a matter of fact, not to gross anyone out, but my dog had diarrhea for a few days and we have been picking up as best as possible but it is in need of further hosing... Even still the odor is completely under control!
Completely recommended for anyone in similar circumstances as mine!
I used a rake to work the product into the grass evenly. This way my dog doesn't bring the product in on his paws or try to eat it. I don't really care about the warranty on the grass. The artificial grass is the worst purchase I have made on Amazon. See my review on it. However, this deodorizer makes it a little more tolerable, until I can find a better solution.
Best way to use is to sprinkle lightly before laying down new bedding such a wooden chips. You can then continue to sprinkle on top of the existing bedding and each time new bedding is added to control odor until next time you clean out the coop. I normally clean the coop once a week since we have 9 regular and 3 miniature sized hens.