iGOZEN uses plant based enzyme in new odor eliminator

January 3, 2013 |

In California, iGozen announced that they have  new odor-eliminator products scheduled for pre-launch use a plant-based enzyme to break apart the bonds of odor-causing compounds on a molecular level. In this manner, both the odors themselves and any harmful contaminants are permanently removed. The product is scheduled for release in 2013. iGozen reports that it can be used on strong odors such as pet urine, cooking smells, skunk, diaper odors and smoke. It is especially efficient as a pet odor eliminator because it is chemical and alcohol free, making it completely safe for use near pets and babies. This new product can be sprayed into the air or directly onto surfaces to help break down the odor and remove it.

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