Zero Odor: The Only Odor Removing Spray You'll Ever Need
Why my opinion on odor removers like Zero Odor counts
***Disclaimer - I am not affiliated with Zero Odor spray in anyway. I hate when people review stuff without experience or with an ulterior motive. This is an honest review of a product I honestly tried. I was so impressed I thought you should know about it.***
If you've read any of my other hubs you already know that I own pets. Lots of pets. Some might say too many pets. I'd disagree with them most days because my wife and I love our animals dearly but, every now and again, I become aware of just how many animals my wife and I take care of. Those rare occasions of second-guessing and doubt are usually the product of a doggie accident and those accidents aren't as uncommon as they'd ideally be given that our household rescues old dogs.
Among my many quirks, I have a big problem with smells. The problem stems from an exceedingly sensitive gag reflex. I can be neck deep in the most disgusting things on the planet and be perfectly fine as long as I can't smell them. Let me get one whiff, though, and I'm certain to throw up if I can't get away from the odor. My wife likes to tell me it's all in my head but that's actually a whole other problem.
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See, I'm also a migraine sufferer. Though I've learned to manage my migraines and reduce their frequency by carefully monitoring what I eat, getting just the right amount of sleep and controlling my response to stress, there's one thing that triggers these epic headaches over which I have little control and that's smells. In particular, chemical scents others find pleasant such as those in some air fresheners act as triggers to blinding migraines in me.
OK, so we have a multi-pet owner who is exposed to accident-prone old dogs and who has an overactive gag reflex coupled with a kryptonite-like weakness to air fresheners. Now while you're all welcome to pull out your tiny violins and fiddle me a sad tune, soliciting sympathy is not my purpose for writing this. The point of that window into the complexity of Cygstarz is to reinforce my next claim – I know my air fresheners.
What I mean by that is that I know what works to actually eliminate smells rather than just cover them up with even more smells. I have the benefit of experience coupled with physical necessity that requires I find the best product for the task. And that's what this hub is about, the best odor eliminating air freshener I've ever found: Zero Odor.
Accidentally Discovering Zero Odor Spray
I discovered Zero Odor completely by accident. In fact, my wife and I were researching content for her pet website and crunching numbers on some terms when I noticed the words Zero Odor standing out in one of our searches. It wasn't related to what we were researching but I wondered what it was and did a quick web search.
What I discovered was one ridiculous claim after another about this odor eliminating product. Been there, done that, I thought, but figured it would be worth giving a try if for no other reason than that we owed it to our readers to test stuff out and keep fresh content on our website. My wife and I looked for Zero Odor in our local grocery store but didn't find it there. We also checked our local pet store but walked away empty-handed. So much for instant gratification. We finally settled on buying it from Amazon.
I paused in placing my order and decided to take the time to read the customer reviews. After all, that's where you're going to get the most honest feedback. To my surprise, the lowest customer review was 4 stars out of five. It was the ONLY review under 5 stars and the rationale for that rating was simply that a competing product – Nature's Miracle – was more readily available.
Zero Odor Works & Men Never Read Directions
My cynicism took a bit of a hit from all the positive press this stuff was getting so I felt better about making the purchase. My order arrived a few days later and the timing couldn't have been better. A few days prior our old rescue dog had an accident in our den. She urinated in an inconspicuous spot and neither my wife nor I noticed until the odor became strong. I tried steam cleaning but, as is often the case, though the cleaner removed the stain and left the carpet looking clean, the added moisture actually “activated” the spot making it stink even more strongly of both urine and wet carpet. Not a great combo.
I immediately took the bottle of Zero Odor downstairs, sprayed the heck out of the spot and then sniffed. The first thing I noticed was that there actually is a scent to this stuff which disappointed me. It was a distinct bleach smell which I'm not a fan of. The upside was that the smell wasn't overpowering. It was about the same as walking past a public pool. But before my disappointment could really take hold, I noticed something else... the smell from the dog urine was completely gone.
Cystarz Finally Reads his Zero Odor Directions
I decided to give the stuff a try on the old dog's bed which, at times, could gag a goat. Our eldest pooch doesn't exactly smell like a rose and anything she spends prolonged time in tends to follow suit. Once again, I spritzed the heck out of the bed and noticed that annoying chlorine smell but, instantly, the dog smell was gone.
Now before you decide against Zero Odor based on that initial smell, hear me out. It was the next day that I discovered my mistake. After years of doing battle with various stinks and odors, I've adopted an overkill approach and that's exactly what I'd done wrong here. The bottle advises 6-8 spritzes. I probably went double that.Having realized my mistake, I tried again with another spot. This time I used the product more sparingly and that paid off. Both my wife and I were shocked. There was just the hint of the chlorine smell at first but it quickly dissipated and the odor we were trying to eliminate was completely gone. I'm a smoker so I tried the stuff in my SUV next. Then I tackled my gym shoes (which are almost potent enough to walk off on their own). In each case, the chlorine smell (which I've since learned is a tracer odor so you know where you've sprayed the product) lasted a short time and then vanished along with the smell we were trying to eliminate.
Zero Odor Spray - The Last Odor Remover You'll Ever Buy?
In every case where I tried Zero Odor, the smell I was trying to get rid of vanished. In fact, the stuff worked so well that I began to wonder if it wasn't killing my sense of smell rather than getting rid of odors but that wasn't the case. I was perfectly able to find new stinky stuff around the house and kill the smell immediately with Zero Odor. Bathrooms, litter boxes, garbage cans, nothing could stand up to Zero Odor.
So how do I feel about Zero Odor Spray? I will never buy any other odor fighting product again. It's that good. I'm not the kind who gushes about products. In fact, my friends and family joke that I'm a dead-pan artist, rarely expressing over-the-top emotion about anything. But this is the exception, folks. I can't say enough good about Zero Odor. It delivered better than advertised. I've tried just about every product out there and I've never been happier.
And if you've read this far, there's more good news. Yes, you can order Zero Odor through Amazon but that's not the only source for the spray. I subsequently discovered it is available at Bed Bath and Beyond. In fact, I used up so much of the first bottle with experiments that I went out and bought another bottle from the store a week later.
So, if you have pets, an athletic family or any other kind of sources of stink around your home, this is the air freshener for you. I suspect you'll feel the same as my wife and I and will never see the need to buy any other odor fighter again.
How Do Your Results Stack Up?
Amazon reviewers give Zero Odor 5 stars. Have you tried Zero Odor? What did you think?
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