Feline Odor Neutralizer Use
F.O.N. Feline odor neutralizer helps to stop the odor from the litter boxes from spreading. The great thing about this odor neutralizer is that it does not cloak the feline odor but stops it completely. It also removes the fecal and urine stains from the furniture and rugs. It works great on Tomcat spray. It breaks down the fecal and urine matter thus erasing the cause of odor. It is a bio-degradable, very safe product.
The F.O.N. feline odor neutralizer refill is available at the Canada Pharmacy in a 32 oz. bottle. Your order will be directly delivered to your doorstep. You’ll also have quality assurance, too.
The active ingredient in F.O.N is SL-25.
This odor neutralizer is very easy to use. Turn the nozzle toward the stained area and spray directly on it. After 3-5 minutes blot with a paper towel. The spray does not leave a stain and is safe for all materials whose color is fast. You can pour it directly on the back of the sofa or clean soiled curtains and blankets easily with it. You can spray this product daily in litter boxes as it does not pose any harm to your pet. Avoid using vinegar or ammonia before using F.O.N as it decreases the effectiveness of F.O.N. This great product has the following benefits:
- Safe to use in litter boxes daily
- Neutralizes feline odor completely
- Safe to use on colored fabric
- Bio-degradable and safe
- Does not stain
- Does not cover the odor with perfume
The F.O.N. spray is not clear but cloudy due to its nature. Do not be alarmed by fluffy flakes and swirls in the spray as this is normal. These increase the efficiency of this product and do not hinder the spray system. This product helps to remove stains completely although it may not work that well on older stains that have already set.
If there is a chance that the fabric is not colorfast, then it is better to test F.O.N. on a small portion before treating the stained area.
It does not work very well on small areas of carpet.
Product Code: 10722
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