Prepare a dilute solution of 1 part X-cide concentrate to 8-16 parts water. Flood the contaminated area sufficiently to soak the surface and liberally penetrate into all sub surfaces where the odor may have migrated. Allow a 10 minute dwell time then vacuum away excess solution from the area. If possible allow area to dry before cleaning. Odors should be gone within minutes. If odor remains it is because X-cide has not been in contact with all the contamination.
If cleaning must be performed at the time of treatment, apply the X-cide to the dry carpet prior to any cleaning and remoisten surface fibers with X-cide after the cleaning.
Prepare a dilute solution of 1 part X-cide concentrate to 16 parts water. Spray apply this solution to wet out the contaminated area and allow the area to dry. A ULV fogger may be used for this application… when using this method of application wear an NIOSH approved organic vapor respirator during the process.
X-cide is an excellent treatment to eliminate odors from pet beds, upholstery or mattress odors. Prepare a solution of 1 part X-cide to 16 parts water. Using a trigger sprayer, mist the surface of the fabric and brush gently to improve penetration. Allow to dry before using.
To eliminate pet body odors from carpets, automobiles, pet runs, etc. Prepare a solution of 4 oz. X-cide concentrate per 1 gal. water. Use a pump type sprayer to evenly apply the solution. Allow area to dry before using.
X-cide can take your efforts to the next level by not only cleaning but also giving you a fresh crisp surface that resists odors. Mix X-cide directly into your cleaning solution at a ratio of 1 to 2 oz. Of X-cide concentrate per gal. of cleaning solution. Proceed to clean using your normal cleaning process.
Prepare an 8 to 1 dilute solution of X-cide. Using a trigger sprayer, wet the contaminated surface. Gently but thoroughly brush the area to assure contact between all contamination then blot or vacuum away the solution. Re-wet the area with the X-cide solution. Do not rinse. Allow surface to dry completely.
Putrefaction is the decomposition of animal proteins, and results in the formation of amines which have a putrid odor. Noxious Sulfide / Mercaptain odors are also produced in this environment.