Deodorization in Columbia, Md

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Inorganic – anything chemical

◦ Offensive when a chemical

reaction occurs

◦ Indicates an unsafe condition

Inorganic Odor Sources

◦ Fuels

◦ Skunk

◦ Combusted organic matter

◦ Building Materials

◦ Furnishings

◦ Perfumes

◦ Cleaning Products

◦ Fertilizer

Basic Steps to Inorganic Odor Removal

1. Deodorize

2. Find the source

3. Clean the source

4. When all else fails remove the

source

 

Deodorization

Two classes of odors

Organic – anything living

Offensive when rot, decay or combustion occurs

Indicates an unclean, unhealthy condition

Organic Odor Sources

◦ Blood, Urine, Feces, Vomit

◦ Mold, Mildew, Fungi

◦ Soil, Fertilizer

◦ Cooking oils, meat, fish, vegetables, fruit, bread

◦ Combusted organic matter

Basic Steps to Organic Odor Removal

1. Find the source

2. Clean the source

3. Deodorize the source

4. In some cases disinfect the location

5. When all else fails remove the source

 

 

 

Malodor Removal

Deodorizer products are classified by what they do or do not do to an odor. The product used should always be

based on the type—source of the odor for effective odor control. Odors can be classified into two broad

categories: Chemical Odors and Organic Odors.

Absorbents (Chemical and Organic Odors)

Absorb odor molecules from the air into themselves

Biocides (Organic Odors)

Kill or inhibit growth of odor causing microbes

Encapsulant (Chemical and Organic Odors)

Coat the odor and set up a barrier preventing the odor from returning

Enzymes (Organic Odors)

Break down odor molecules through catalytic action making complex molecules simple molecules

Molecular Modifiers (Chemical and Organic Odors)

Change the physical structure of the odor into non offensive molecules

Neutralizers (Chemical Odors)

Stop “Off – Gassing”

Oxidizers (Organic Odors)

Speed up the decomposition of organics

Masking Agents (Chemical and Organic Odors)

Add perfumes providing a pleasing scent

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Fuels

1. Deodorize the area fogging with AIR

NEUTRALIZER

2. Contain & remove the fuel if necessary.

3. Clean the area using LIQUID WALLWASH

combined with AIR NEUTRALIZER

4. Oxidize the area with Perma-Wash

5. Let the area dry

Skunk

1. Oxidize area with Perma-Wash

2. Clean with ENZ-ALL

3. Oxidize area with Perma-Wash

4. Let the area dry

CombustedMatter

1. Deodorize the area by fogging using AIR

NEUTRALIZER

2. Clean the area with CHEMICAL SPONGE

3. Rinse the area with LIQUID WALLWASH

4. Let the area dry

Furnishings

1. Remove the furnishing

2. Deodorize the furnishing by atomizing (tent)

using AIR NEUTRALIZER

3. Clean the furnishing if necessary

4. Let the furnishing dry

5. Replace the furnishing

Building materials, Perfumes, Cleaning Products,

Fertilizers

1. Remove the material where possible

2. Deodorize the area by fogging using AIR

NEUTRALIZER

3. Let the area air out

4. Let the area dry

Deodorization

Malodor Removal Procedures                 

Blood, urine, feces, vomit

1. Clean the source with ENZ-ALL

2. Rinse the source with FORMULA 90

3. Deodorize the source with KILL ODOR PLUS

4. Disinfect using Perma-Wash

5. Let the area dry

Mold, Mildew, Fungi

1. Clean the source with ENZ-ALL

2. Rinse the source with FORMULA 90

3. Deodorize the source with KILL ODOR w/ Intercept®

4. Disinfect using Perma- Wash

5. Let the area dry

Soil, Fertilizer

1. Clean the source with ENZ-ALL

2. Rinse the source with FORMULA 90

3. Oxidize using Perma-Wash

4. Let the area dry

Cooking oils, meat, fish, vegetables, fruit, bread

1. Clean the source with ENZ-ALL

2. Rinse the source with FORMULA 90

3. Deodorize the source with KILL ODOR w/ Intercept®

4. Let the area dry

Combusted Organic Matter - FOOD

1. Clean the source with ENZ-ALL

2. Rinse the source with LIQUID WALL WASH

3. Oxidize the source with Perma-Wash

4. Let the area dry

Combusted Organic Matter – wood, coal, charcoal

1. Remove all solids & vacuum all ash

2. Clean with CHEMICAL SPONGE

3. Rinse with LIQUID WALL WASH

4. Let the area dry

 

Inorganic – anything chemical

◦ Offensive when a chemical

reaction occurs

◦ Indicates an unsafe condition

Inorganic Odor Sources

◦ Fuels

◦ Skunk

◦ Combusted organic matter

◦ Building Materials

◦ Furnishings

◦ Perfumes

◦ Cleaning Products

◦ Fertilizer

Basic Steps to Inorganic Odor Removal

1. Deodorize

2. Find the source

3. Clean the source

4. When all else fails remove the

source

 Fuels

1. Deodorize the area fogging with AIR

NEUTRALIZER

2. Contain & remove the fuel if necessary.

3. Clean the area using LIQUID WALLWASH

combined with AIR NEUTRALIZER

4. Oxidize the area with Perma-Wash

5. Let the area dry

Skunk

1. Oxidize area with Perma-Wash

2. Clean with ENZ-ALL

3. Oxidize area with Perma-Wash

4. Let the area dry

CombustedMatter

1. Deodorize the area by fogging using AIR

NEUTRALIZER

2. Clean the area with CHEMICAL SPONGE

3. Rinse the area with LIQUID WALLWASH

4. Let the area dry

Furnishings

1. Remove the furnishing

2. Deodorize the furnishing by atomizing (tent)

using AIR NEUTRALIZER

3. Clean the furnishing if necessary

4. Let the furnishing dry

5. Replace the furnishing

Building materials, Perfumes, Cleaning Products,

Fertilizers

1. Remove the material where possible

2. Deodorize the area by fogging using AIR

NEUTRALIZER

3. Let the area air out

4. Let the area dry

Fragrance Tips

Fragrances mask odors, some are generally pleasant to most people and some play a role in specifically masking unpleasant odors. Citrus and Orange mask the odor of burned or rotting meat. Cherry masks male urine, Floral masks female urine while Mint masks the odor of mold and mildew. Using the wrong fragrance can sometimes intensify an odor problem.

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