Posted on April 11th, 2017
We love hearing from our customers!
Clear The Air would like to share the following review about our Odor Eliminators.
“I LOVE YOUR PRODUCT!!!!!”
“I am so glad I found your product! It is amazing!!! My cat had decided to “mark” my leather desk chair and nothing I bought at the pet store helped. I was getting ready to toss out the chair. I used your product and in 24 hours the odor was GONE!!!! Thank you so much. An added plus was that your product is safe for pets….no worries about having them come in contact with “Clear the Air”. What an appropriate name.” -Mary
Posted on March 9th, 2017
Baby skunk season is starting!
Clear The Air Odor Skunk Odor eliminator will completely eliminate skunk odors from your dog, furniture, carpets, lawns, shrubs, and you. The odors are absorbed, and neutralized without any fragrances.
Clear The Air does not cover up odors; it literally “clears the air” leaving the air fresh and clean. It is a natural skunk odor neutralizer.
For tips on what to do if you find a baby skunk, check out information from Project Wildlife here.
How to Eliminate Skunk Smells
- Sprinkle pet with granules, gently work into the coat. Leave on as long as pet will tolerate. It is best to do this outside so your pet can shake off the granules. Repeat as necessary. Can also be used on humans.
- Sprinkle on pet bedding or clothes. Leave down 24 hours then shake off.
- Sprinkle on concrete patios, pool areas, dog runs, kennels, garages or basements. Leave down 24 hours and sweep or vacuum.
- Shake liberally on lawns, artificial turf and landscaping where skunk odor originates. Okay to leave permanently on landscaping and lawn. Clear The Air acts as a time-release nitrogen fertilizer.
- Sprinkle indoors on carpet, rugs, flooring or furniture. Leave down 24 hours, sweep or vacuum.
Posted on January 31st, 2017
We love hearing from our customers!
Clear The Air would like to share a couple reviews from Amazon.com about our Earth Care Odor Eliminators.
Posted on January 13th, 2017
Did you know going green at home can be done by making simple changes?
Going green at home can save energy, money, and our planet. Clear The Air would like to share these tips to help you make your home a little more green.
- Take your shoes off before you enter the house. This can keep all the dirt and chemicals that add up on the bottom of your shoes out of the house.
- Use compact fluorescent bulbs instead of incandescent light bulbs to save energy in the home.
- Don’t throw out electronics with the garbage. Recycle them!
- Shop local farmer’s markets to save on the energy and fuel costs of produce and other products.
- Fix leaky faucets immediately to save the gallons of water that can be wasted in just a day.
- Purchase energy-effiecent appliances when it is time to replace your current ones. These appliances have Energy Stars labels and save energy and money.
- Unplug all LED electronics after you turn them off. These electronics still use power after they are turned off.
- Donate old clothing instead of throwing them out. You can also list your old clothing on Freecycle.org
- Eliminate odors in the home naturally with Clear The Air odor eliminates. Our products are not-toxic, non-hazardous, non-caustic, and biodegradable. Solve your odor challenge here.
Posted on November 9th, 2016
After leaving beautiful Alabama Hills we traveled north on 395 past Mammoth Lakes to Hartley Spring Campground just south of the June Lake turnoff. This little hidden gem is a bit of challenge to get to. The road in is dirt and the last bit when you turn off dirt road coming in is bumpy and curvy. We made it in our 35’RV and there were a couple of large trailers that had also made it in. Once in you are well rewarded, very few campers and the 8000 foot elevation gave us much needed cool weather after the desert. There are no hookup, dry camping and so so beautiful .
- Posted on October 31st, 2016
Posted on October 25th, 2016
Do you need help controlling litter box odors or keeping an eye on your pets while you are gone?
Clear The Air would like to share some of the best technology for you, your pets, and the environment.
When you think about technology that can save you time or make your life easier, tech for your pets is probably not the first thing that comes to mind. But there are many options available that can help you reach your goals while taking care of your pets and the environment. Here are a few ideas that all savvy pet owners can benefit from trying out.
Keep Your Furry Friend in Your Sights
Most people who have dogs consider their canine to be a part of their family, and the same sentiment often applies to cats too. So it’s understandable that one of the main fears of having a pet is them somehow getting away and you not being able to find them. You can easily put this fear to rest by using a GPS tracker to keep tabs on your pet’s whereabouts.
The Paw Tracker is an intuitive, lightweight tracker that can be clipped directly onto your furry pal’s collar. The tracking system is linked to your smartphone and you can quickly see the location of your dog or cat anytime you get concerned. Make the whole system environmentally friendly by clipping the Paw Tracker to an eco-friendly collar like one from Earth Dog and by using your smartphone of choice.
Freshen and Clear The Air
Ask any cat lover what the biggest downside is to owning these lovable companions and they’ll almost always answer, “litter boxes.” Although a necessary part of having a cat, the smell is unpleasant and cleaning them can be a hassle. The good news is technology has produced a solution.
Try the Litter-Robot, an automatic self-cleaning litter box that eliminates the need to scoop out the clumps in the litter box yourself. It helps you save pounds of litter and will also significantly reduce how much trash you throw out each year. Of course this doesn’t solve the odor problem, so you’ll want to couple the Litter-Robot with the Clear the Air Cat Urine Odor Remover Bundle. Our product is non-toxic and biodegradable, and therefore safe for the planet. Using these two items in tandem ensures that you will have a much more pleasant experience with the least fun aspect of cat ownership and the environment will benefit at the same time.
Upgrade Your Food and Water System
The daily chore of feeding your kitties and pooches can sometimes be difficult. You get stuck at work late one day, and they’re meowing and howling by the time you get home. Or you need to go on a short trip but have no one who can come by and refill your pets’ food and water bowls. Or maybe you’ve been told by your veterinarian that your furry best friend needs to lose a little weight for her health. Once again, technology to the rescue.
Have you considered an automatic pet feeder? The Automatic Pet Feeder from Toppy Pets is made from eco-friendly plastic and takes care of your creatures’ most basic needs when you’re not able to. Simply want to slow down your dog’s eating time, and help her get a little weight off? Try the Simply Pets A-Maze-In-A-Bowl Slow Feed Dog Bowl, which is made from eco-friendly bamboo fibers and helps manage canine obesity.
Whatever your goals and needs are for your cats and dogs, there’s likely a device that can help you achieve them. Give these products and systems a try and feel good about the benefits to you, your furry children and the environment.
Posted on October 5th, 2016
Over the boarder heading to Crescent City to visit our dear friends Chuck and Linda
Posted on October 3rd, 2016
Charleston is just south of Coos Bay Oregon, we stayed in the RV park right in the Marina. The campground itself is not very scenic but if you like fish this is a great spot. We bought fresh tuna right off the fishing boats, and were graciously given Dungeness Crab from a fellow RVer who couldn’t fit any more in their freezer. Lots of room to walk the dogs but no good off leash areas.
Posted on September 27th, 2016
Alabama Hills is just off the 395 on the way to Bishop CA. BLM land at its best, free but dry camping. Fabulous views of Mt. Whitney. The road is off the road to Mt Whitney portal, it is dirt but doable in our 35′ rig. Stop at the visitor center as you enter Lone Pine which is on your right coming from the south, they can give you information on Alabama Hills. Definitely dog friendly we let our dogs run off leash, we only saw about 5 cars go by each day we were there. The bad part, it is HOT in the summer suggest this spot in the winter. We were there in July and the days were spent in the RV with AC on, the mornings and evenings were heavenly.