Sunday, July 24, 2011
Between my husband and the girls, there are LOTS of odors that can happen in my house. So I was really excited when I was contacted by the company PureAyre to do a review for their odor eliminating spray. PureAyre is different than other odor eliminating sprays because it contains no toxic chemicals or artificial fragrances, but instead is made with plant-derived enzymes. This was really important to me because I don't want toxic chemicals around my kids. Also, it doesn't just get rid of bad smells, it actually cleans the air at the same time, helping you to breathe easier.
PureAyre sent me their Odor Eliminator for Baby, and I was really excited to try it. I can tell you, I really put it to the test... diaper pails, burp cloths that had been spit up on, crib sheets and even the carpet in their bedroom. Knowing that PureAyre is enzymed-based, making it the only food-grade odor eliminator available, I had no reservations about using it around the girls. I was very, very happy with the results. It definitely got rid of the bad smells, and kept them away, it didn't just cover them up. Hours after spraying, the smell was still gone, and it never came back.
Another unexpected test came about when my husband accidentally spilled some gasoline in the back of his car. (ETA: He wanted me to put that it was 2-cycle weed-eater gas, because he said that is actually stinkier than regular gas) He was going to have to drive the girls around later that day, so he knew he needed to get the smell out of the car. He rolled down his windows, and blasted the air for a while. Then I suggested he try the PureAyre spray. He sprayed the carpet that the gas had spilled on, as well as the air inside the car. After a couple of hours he went back and could tell a huge difference in the smell. By the time he left with the girls, the smell was almost completely gone.
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*All photos courtesy of PureAyre.com. I was sent a sample for review purposes, and was not monetarily compensated in any way.