Odorcide 210 in Original & Fresh Scent

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ODORCIDE 210 provides a serious answer to serious odour problems in carpet upholstery and hard surface areas. When everything else fails - this product will shine and make you shine also in the eyes of your customers!

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  • Permanently eliminates NOT masks mal-odours.
  • Immediate results. No dwell time.
  • Covers the complete range of odors caused by animal human urine; feces emesis male cat spray decaying organic matter mold and mildew.

ODORCIDE 210  - Innovative, advanced technology -
Counteraction. Termed neutralization when no odour results and reodorization when a milder pleasant odor replaces the mal-odour.   A non-chemical odor phenomenon which combines two odors to get a third that is weaker in intensity.    Works through Zwaardemaker pairs (conjugates); pairs of odorants that neutralize each others' respective odors.

Absorption.    Physical penetration of malodor substance into the inner structure of one or more Thornell product substances.

Bonding (chemisorption).    Chemical binding of malodors to Thornell product's molecular surfaces.

Inhibitors    Control odors that can be caused by further biological (organic) decomposition (putrefaction)

Residuals    These reactivate after initial application to combat and prevent odors.

It is Nontoxic Nonirritating and Nonflammable. ODORCIDE 210 can be used on wool (does not break down wool fibers).   It is nonstaining nonionic and noncarcinogenic. ODORCIDE 210 is biodegradable Water Based (6.8 pH when diluted) and noncorrosive


  • Indefinite shelf life in all forms.
  • Concentrates are extremely economical.

With germicides unlike any enzyme bacteria based products. Works with all detergents.

Odorcide 210 is a complex blend of safe biodegradable ingredients that fall within the following:

  • monohydric and oxidized hydroxyl-containing organic compounds.
  • condensation products or organic salts and hydroxy-containing organic compounds.
  • natural plant oils
  • deionized water

One-time deodorizing of carpets padding flooring and baseboards
Locating Odor Source:Frequently noting the surface stain is sufficient. However a black light or a probe that detects urine salts can be useful. Use the rule of thumb that urine migrates laterally about 50% beyond the stain area as well as penetrating deeply ? often through backing padding and into the flooring.

When urine is first deposited it is nearly odorless.  It then decays to give off AMINES and MERCAPTANS  the malodors ODORCIDE 210 addresses.

Make certain the carpet is dry. Wet or damp fibers not absorb ODORCIDE 210 to the proper depth. Vacuum up dried debris dirt.

DO NOT clean before deodorizing.   While ODORCIDE 210 works with detergents cleaning a carpet spreads out and deepens the odor source.

Mix ODORCIDE 210 CONCENTRATE with water at the rate of 1 to 16. Make certain that the mix comes in physical contact with the most deeply imbedded odor source.

Odorcide Original ScentOR Odorcide Fresh Scent
Sense of smell
Any substance with a vapor pressure has the potential to emit odors.   Out of the almost infinite number of odor possibilities the human nose can detect about 5,000.

Certain of these 5,000 detectable odors do not register at all with some people.   For example only 65% can detect the principal odor in human sweat androsterone. Yet 95% can smell mercaptans which are the principal portion of the skunk spray "essence".  (This is why mercaptans are added to natural gas; most people can smell it when it's present in the atmosphere.) And most can readily detect certain other animal odors; by no means all but many of them.

The ability to smell is a sense that rapidly becomes fatigued. A person working in a place contaminated with a malodor will become totally oblivious to it yet it could be highly offensive to someone entering the area. This is one of the reasons for the "My _____ doesn't smell" syndrome and for the general attitude of "I don't know what you're talking about. We don't have any odors!"

Obviously our interest is in odours readily detected by most people most of the time.

How such odours are perceived varies from individual to individual. A given fragrance can be agreeable to some a malodor to others.

The detection of an odour is dependent on the type and concentration of the odorous material molecules the sensitivity of the individual nose and often the odours culturally conditioned interpretation.