- Product Dimensions: 18.7 x 11.4 x 28.3 cm ; 3.63 Kg
- Boxed-product Weight: 4 Kg
- Item Model Number: 2010000415338
- ASIN: B0098QN9SC
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 1 April 2018
- Customer Reviews: 823 customer ratings
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 139 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
Simple Green Outdoor Odor Eliminator for Pets, Dogs, 1 Gallon Refill - Non-Toxic, Ideal for Artificial Lawns & Patio
- Quickly removes urine, stool, and vomit odors. Great for use on Human urine also.
- Uses powerful, natural microorganisms to neutralize pet odors
- Quickly removes outdoor pet odors leaving behind a fresh clean scent
- NON-TOXIC is safer for use around pets. Safe for use on lawns and landscaping when used as directed
- Ideal for patios, dog runs and yards. Use on grass, artificial turf, concrete and more
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Simple Green Outdoor Odor Eliminator neutralizes and eliminates odors in your outdoor spaces using powerful, naturally derived microorganisms. The non-toxic formula is safer for use around pets and will not harm landscaping when used as directed.
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Why? Enzymes only work when in a liquid, they don't when the dirt is dry. Soaking the dirt gets the enzymes to where the urine is, and gives it a chance to neutralize the odor forming molecules.
Try it and see.
I think if you start right away (ie right after you move into a new house), or if your dog pees everywhere rather than in a certain section like ours does, then it will work well. But if your dog is like ours and goes in the same place all the time then you'll need to probably do some major soaking, maybe even break up the dirt to help it soak farther down.
– I use a big watering can instead of spray hose.
– It is very important to use the recommended proportion. 8z of solution per gallon of water. If the odor is still strong hour after (such as in hot weather), I just increase the solution amount and the odor is totally gone. My watering can is 2 gallons, so I mix 16 oz of solution with the water at least. Don’t cheap out on the solution. I tried that and it was not worth the save.
– Every time she pees there, I generously pour using watering can in that spot for about 10 seconds.
– I do a weekly rinse of the overall astroturf once a week to help reduce the odor extra.
Secondly, this product is amazing. This is not a superlative. For the past 10 years my dogs have been using my concrete patio to go potty. The smell became truly intense. We stopped using our backyard because it smelled like a giant toilet. And over the years I've tried EVERYTHING to clean the concrete. I used to wash the patio with soap, bleach, ammonia, baking soda, vinegar, or baking soda AND vinegar. Nothing, and I do mean nothing, had worked long term. Sure - scented soap hid the smell temporarily, but the unwelcome aroma would return soon enough. Was completely given up and then I found this product. Honestly, I had very low expectations when I started using it. It's been a month since I washed the patio. The smell is still completely gone. Even after it rains (which previously made the smell horrific) now it just smells like fresh rain.
The dogs have stopped marking on the patio, because it doesn't smell like them anymore.
The price is affordable and 40 oz is enough to wash 200 sq. feet of surface. The only suggestion I can give you is: Don't follow the instructions on the bottle! Instead, listen to the afore mentioned reviewer and: wet, pour a little, rub, and leave it.
I have a small back patio. It's mostly concrete, with a small gravel perimeter. I have a dog who generally uses the bathroom on walks, but will, on occasion, use the patio, including peeing in the gravel.
I also have a birdfeeder, which makes it's own kind of bad odors.
Used as a refill in the hose attachment bottle, this sprays a wide "fan" with a very very slight white foam to it (dissipates in seconds). The smell is pleasent, but mild, and goes away once dry.
It really does take the pet smell, and the bird-bad-smell away, for over a week at a time. The birds have remained steady and healthy, and it hasn't hurt the potted pants where there's been overspray.
I would suggest giving the area a very quick mist down with plain water before applying this - seems to help it "carry" better, and keeps the wet enzymes on the surface a little longer everything is dry.