How Does Odour Removal Work?

How Does Chlorine Dioxide Get Rid Of
Odours Anyway?

The short video below is generic, there are different sizes and amounts of chlorine dioxide used to remove different strengths and kinds of odours and different sizes of homes, condos, cars or boats.  There is also a liquid chlorine dioxide for different applications.  So it isn’t always done exactly as shown in the video,

This is a great video representation and explanation

A simple written explanation on the previous pages you have just read isn’t enough for some people when making a decision on how to get rid of the odours in your home, condo, business, motor home or even your car!  For that reason this short training video has been made (to the right) so you will know exactly how the chlorine dioxide will remove any odour you need to get rid of!

This video is 5:52 long, please make sure you see after 4:51 to see how the chlorine dioxide spreads throughout your home!

This odour removal product has been used commercially for a very long time.  In fact all around you and you are likely not aware of it.  You are living with the benefits of using this sanitizing system right now and don’t know it.  Most fruits and vegetables are washed with it before they get to the grocery store.  Many communities are using it to purify the drinking water systems and the water we drink.  Hospitals use the sanitizing power to clean and sterilize operating instruments and theatres.

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This Odour Removing Process Does So Much More Than Make Odours Go Away and Your Home Smell Clean, It Has Been Proven to Eliminate the Following Problematic Odours, Bacteria, Viruses And Fungi


  • cigarette smoke
  • fire smoke
  • marijuana odour
  • odours from meth, cocaine, heroin, opium and hashish
  • musty odours
  • dog urine and dander odour &
  • eliminates Parvo
  • skunk odour
  • dead animal odours
  • air duct system molds and odours
  • gasoline & diesel odours from cars
  • Fire Dept. odours
  • sports wear odours
  • locker room odours
  • new carpet & furniture formaldehyde odours
  • liquor odours
  • nursing home odours
  • sewage odours
  • new paint odour
  • burnt/rotten food odours


  • Ebola (as of 2014)
  • C Diff (as of 2014)
  • Hepa (as of 2014)
  • E. Coli
  • Legionelle
  • Pneumophilia
  • Streptococcus Facalis Bacillus
  • Clostridium
  • Amoebae
  • Giardia
  • Cryptosporidium
  • Pseudomonas


  • alternaria
  • ascospores
  • aspergillus/pencillium
  • basidiospores
  • bipolaris/drechslera group
  • cercospors?pseudocercospora
  • chaetomium
  • cladosporium
  • cladosporium sp.
  • cladosporium sphaerospermum
  • curvularia
  • epicoccum
  • fusarium
  • helicospores
  • myxomycetes”periconia”smuts
  • nigrospora
  • and many more…