One whiff says it’s time for Odor Buster

Iosso Odor Buster

July 25, 2023

As boats are unwrapped, RVs opened and tents pulled out of storage, one whiff says it all: it’s time for Odor Buster from Iosso Products. The biodegradable formula removes the dank, musty smells associated with mold and mildew from natural and synthetic fabrics, carpets and other woven materials.

Made in the USA, Odor Buster is a unique eco-friendly formula that neutralizes and eliminates odors naturally. It has no harsh chemicals or any kind of fragrance, so it’s ideal for use around children, pets and people with chemical sensitivities.

Sprayed directly onto fabric, carpeting, cushions, awnings, PFDs, clothing and shoes, Odor Buster won’t affect the material’s color or feel. For problem odors from tobacco or frying in oil, the formula can be misted into the air while backing out of the space.

Iosso Products formulates and manufactures a wide range of consumer and industrial cleaning chemicals in the USA. Its eco-friendly products are widely used by boaters, RVers, shooters, aviators, outdoorsmen and homeowners.

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