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Old May 14th 2015, 03:31 PM   #1
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Odor Eliminator Question

Can anyone tell me what the following means? And what those agents might be perhaps? The Na'scent product is quite expensive, but I suspect it can be made on the cheap with common products? Their description is pretty vague- I'm thinking perhaps it might be some kind of enzymatic action perhaps? No? I'm not real up on this kind of stuff- but was curious about the actual ingredients in the following product-

"Well recognized oxidizing agents approved for use by the USDA and FDA are combined with reverse osmosis purified water, thus creating a water-based liquid that attacks and inhibits the proliferation of anaerobic microorganisms and encourages an aerobic environment."

and

" the oxygen molecule will seek out the putrefying bacteria and pull the electron away from the microorganisms. The pleasant result is that there is no offensive odor,"

http://nascent4u.com/product.htm

It says that Na`Scent is stabilized oxygen in a high concentrate – oxygen in the molecular form.

would there be some inexpensive way of producing this type of oxygen myself?

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