How to Use ONA Odour Neutraliser Effectively

If you have previously used ONA odour neutraliser, you may already be aware how effective it is at removing odours from the air. It can often be the case that users are unsure how to use ONA products for maximum effect. The most common problem is using more product than is necessary for the situation, or not dispersing the product effectively in the area being treated. If you would like to find out how to use ONA for maximum effect, then read below for helpful tips and advice.

ONA Odour Neutraliser is a true odour neutraliser, seeking out and eliminating any odour particles that are present in the air.
In order to achieve full odour neutralisation in any situation, there needs to be enough ONA molecules dispersed into the air where unwanted odours are present. For the worst odour situations it may be necessary to increase the amount of ONA in the air. To do this, you will need to increase the amount of surface exposure for the ONA product.
Another way to easily increase the amount of ONA molecules in the air is to use ONA Spray or ONA Mist for direct coverage. There are also fan dispensers such as the ONA Breeze and ONA Cyclone which have adjustable speed settings to fine tune your odour control.

As a general rule, if you can still smell unwanted odours, increase the exposure or evaporation of ONA odour neutraliser.

How to Neutralise Odours with ONA Block

All you need to do is remove the lid and expose the wax block. Because the block is solid, you do not need to worry about knocking it over and it can be left wherever you want to neutralise odours. If you need to increase the exposure of the odour neutraliser, then you can remove the wax block from the plastic casing. To increase the surface area further still, you can grate some of the wax block into a bowl.
The lifetime of the ONA block will vary but it will be effective for about 4 weeks relative to the airflow and environment around the block. To limit the amount of odour control and extend the life of the block, holes can be made in the product lid.

How to Neutralise Odours with ONA Gel

Open the lid and leave the ONA Gel to naturally evaporate for as long as the odour is present. Occasionally shake the jar to agitate and mix up the contents. Alternatively, a reduced amount of ONA Gel can be placed into a smaller vessel and left until it has evaporated before topping up, thereby regulating the lifetime of the ONA Gel.
If a larger area requires treatment, or if there is an increased amount of odour, the ONA Breeze fan can be attached to the top of a 732g or 3.27Kg jar or a 3.8Kg Pail to increase the dispersion rate, although this will result in an increased rate of consumption also.
In extremely large areas we have the solution of using the 20Kg ONA Gel with the ONA Cyclone fan. The ONA Cyclone fan has 5 speed settings and provides odour control for up to 5,000 square feet.

How to Neutralise Odours with ONA Spray

ONA Spray is often the product of choice for pet owners. Using a simple pump spray container which allows a fine mist of ONA to be dispensed into the air easily and quickly. ONA Spray can be sprayed directly into the air to combat airborne odours, or directly onto fabrics where odours are present.

How to Neutralise Odours with ONA Mist

ONA Mist is an aerosol spray containing odour neutraliser. It releases a fine, powerful mist of ONA into the air when the nozzle is pressed down. Due to the pressurised container, ONA Mist delivers a higher level of dispersion than ONA Spray and can be used to treat areas with high levels of airborne odours.
ONA Mist can also be used with the ONA Mist dispenser, which provides fully automated odour control for small and medium sized rooms.