Pure Ayre Pet Odor Eliminator

| July 22, 2013 | 0 Comments
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I picked up my first bottle of Pure Ayre pet odor eliminator almost 3 years ago (when my youngest dog, Boomer, was a puppy). I was on the hunt for something that I could use to get rid of the odor from any “accidents” he might have in the house. Tired of products that didn’t really eliminate unpleasant odors and just covered them up with a strong chemical smell or a flowery scent, I was looking for something different. I have a very sensitive nose and puppy pee with another scent layered over it really wasn’t going to work for me. I stopped by a local pet supply store and found a bottle of Pure Ayre pet odor eliminator. I opened the bottle, gave it a test sniff, and right off the bat I really liked it’s fresh clean scent. I decided to give it a try.

Pure Ayre turned out to be the perfect product for my home for many reasons. First of all, it is made with food grade enzymes, so is perfectly safe to use around young children, people with allergies, and my pets. The minty scent is light, clean and fresh, so I actually liked to use it (not necessarily the mess I was using it to clean, but I do like the way it makes my home smell). It also truly got rid of the odor from any of Boomer’s accidents, instead of just masking the smell. I’m reading my bottle now and it says that it eliminates the odor from urine and fecal matter, as well as vomit and skunk spray. I can attest to the first three, fortunately have not had to use it for skunk spray. Oh, and probably me just being picky, but I like the fact that the bottle has a spray and stream setting instead of just one or the other.

This product is also really versatile. I had only thought to use it for the occasional clean up on the kitchen floor, or possibly in my carpet cleaner. I was pleasantly surprised to find that it could be used safely on furniture or in the washing machine. I have also used Pure Ayre to “freshen up” my bathroom by spraying a small amount both in and around the toilet bowl. I’ve never tried it, but it’s also supposed to be safe enough to spray directly on your pet.

I love my dogs, but I don’t necessarily want my house to smell like dog (or things that might come out of my dog). I would recommend Pure Ayre pet odor eliminator to anyone looking for a safe, natural way to clean up any unpleasant odors (and replace them with a much nicer one!)

While I’ve often found that natural products seem to cost significantly more than their non-natural alternatives,  I don’t think this is really the case with Pure Ayre. The fourteen ounce bottle I purchased lasted through Boomer’s first year, which was far from accident free.

*No compensation was received from Pure Ayre for this review.

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Jill Scully

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Jill is mom to three retrievers. Krypto (a black lab mix) is very laid back & only gets excited when it’s time to eat. Ripley (a pure bred golden retriever) is the typical happy, always “ready to play” golden. Boomer (a golden retriever/English setter) is the baby of the group. He loves to go for rides in the car and follows Jill from room to room around the house.

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