Smelleze® Eco Corpse Deodorizer Powder: 2.5 lb. | NoOdor.com

 Smelleze® Eco Corpse Deodorizer Powder: 2.5 lb. | NoOdor.com - Photo 

Remove Deadly Corpse Odors Safely & Effectively

* Simply sprinkle on corpse & smell the difference
* Eliminates corpse smell without masking it
* Creates a cleaner, safer, healthier, environment
* Eco-friendly, safe, non-toxic, natural, odorless
* Ideal for morgues, autops...more


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    Remove Deadly Corpse Odors Safely & Effectively * Simply sprinkle on corpse & smell the difference * Eliminates corpse smell without masking it * Creates a cleaner, safer, healthier, environment * Eco-friendly, safe, non-toxic, natural, odorless * Ideal for morgues, autopsy rooms, body bags, ect. Morgues, funeral homes, autopsy rooms, labs and ambulances can be exposed to very unpleasant odors from decaying corpses and embalming fluids. The putrid corpse decomposition odors and formaldehyde vapors from embalming fluids can result in unsafe working conditions and create negative publicity if they escape from the building. Smelleze® Corpse Deodorizer Powder was specially developed to absorb, neutralize and encapsulate unpleasant corpse and embalming fluid odors on contact instead of merely masking them with fragrances. For a breath of fresh air, simply sprinkle Smelleze® on corpse and smell the difference. Smelleze® will eliminate the offensive rancid odors, complement existing ventilation systems, and create a safer more pleasant working environment. Smelleze® powder is non-toxic, safe, recyclable, natural, odorless, non-flammable and non-caustic. Smelleze® is an ideal environmentally friendly solution for eliminating putrid corpse and embalming fluid odors without adding pollutants to the air you breathe. It does not contain VOCs, harmful or ozone depleting chemicals and is especially beneficial for those suffering from allergies and chemical sensitivity. No fossil fuels are used in the production of Smelleze® odor control media.

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