• Pets And Fires – Keeping Your Pets Safe

    Posted on August 6th, 2018
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    With all the recent fires in California, we wanted to share some tips for keeping your pets safe if evacuation is ever needed.

    These tips are from the American Red Cross. Please remember to always have a plan in place for evacuation for you, your family and four legged babies!

    In order to help firefighters find your pets, The Red Cross suggests the following:

     

    • Keep pets near entrances when away from home. Keep collars on pets and leashes at the ready in case firefighters need to rescue your pet. When leaving pets home alone, keep them in areas or rooms near entrances where firefighters can easily find them.
    • Affix a pet alert window cling and write down the number of pets inside your house and attach the static cling to a front window. This critical information saves rescuers time when locating your pets. Make sure to keep the number of pets listed on them updated.

     

    Listening to evacuation orders is crucial. It is smart to practice what you would do in an evacuation with these helpful tips:

     

    • The best way to protect your pets from the effects of a fire is to include them in your family plan. This includes having their own disaster supplies kit as well as arranging in advance for a safe place for them to stay if you need to leave your home.
    • When you practice your escape plan, practice taking your pets with you. Train them to come to you when you call.
    • In the event of a disaster, if you must evacuate, the most important thing you can do to protect your pets is to evacuate them, too. But remember: never delay escape or endanger yourself or family to rescue a family pet.

    Check The American Red Cross for other helpful fire tips.

     

     

  • Do You Have A Mystery Odor?

    Posted on June 7th, 2018
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    Do you have an odor and you can’t figure out where it is coming from?   It is so frustrating to constantly smell an odor that you cannot seem to figure out where it is coming from.

    Clear The Air works so well that it does not even have to come in contact with the odor source! It will literally draw in odors like a magnet and neutralize them, without any fragrances or perfumes.

    Mystery Odor“I had a weird smell coming from the closet of a home I just bought. It was so strong I smelled it every time I would walk by that area of the house. I decided to try out the Odor Eliminating Bags and hung two in the closet where it smelled the worst and was amazed when less than 15 minutes later the smell was completely gone!!!” -Vanessa

    How to Eliminate Mystery Odor:

    • Hang 2 bags in every room you smell the odor.  If the room is larger than 100 square feet add an additional bag for every 100 square feet.
    • If you think the odor is in the carpet or on furniture, sprinkle the Earth Care granules on the carpet and or furniture, leave down 24 hours and vacuum up.
  • It’s Rodent Season!

    Posted on January 30th, 2018
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    Need Help Eliminating Dead Animal and Infestation Odor?

    Clear The Air would like to share how you can eliminate the odors that rodents leave behind! Read the rest of this entry »

  • How To Eliminate Small Pet Odor

    Posted on December 29th, 2017
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    Do you have small pets?

    Clear The Air can help you naturally eliminate their odors! Read the rest of this entry »

  • Do You Have A Musty Odor In Your Home?

    Posted on October 3rd, 2017
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    If you been affect by a flood in the home and after the water was cleaned up you were left with a musty odor, we can help! 

    Clear The Air would like to share how you can easily and cost effectively remove musty, mildew odors from your home.

    Read the rest of this entry »

  • Go Green With Clear The Air!!!

    Posted on August 27th, 2017
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    We all care about the Earth and making it a better place for generations to come!

    If you are looking for a green, earth friendly and completely non toxic solution to “clearing the air”, we have your answer! This is why Clear the Air is safe to use and a benefit to the planet:

    Earth Care is made from an all natural mineral. It is non toxic, non hazardous, non-caustic, and biodegradable. It can safely be used around pets and children. It is safe to sprinkle in your pet’s cage; it will not hurt your pet even if eaten. It can be applied directly to you pets fur; this is excellent if your pet has encountered a skunk, or to get rid of the “doggie” smell.

    Many of the odor and pollution control products on the market today act merely as masking agents. This means they add chemicals to the air to cover up odors and actually increase the level of indoor pollutants in the process. Earth Care, on the other hand, truly eliminates odors and cleans the air by absorbing and neutralizing odors. Earth Care Products are especially beneficial to those that suffer from chemical sensitivity which can be aggravated by fragrances.

    Earth Care is safe for Planet Earth. And guess what? To dispose of Earth Care simply add it to your soil, it is an excellent nitrogen soil amendment!

    Share with us why YOU love our product and how it has benefited you!

  • What To Do If You’ve Been Skunked

    Posted on March 9th, 2017
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    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.

    Click here to order your Skunk Odor Eliminators.

  • How To Make Your Home “Green”

    Posted on January 13th, 2017
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    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.

    3D Green Planet Earth

    1. 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.
    2. Use compact fluorescent bulbs instead of incandescent light bulbs to save energy in the home.
    3. Don’t throw out electronics with the garbage. Recycle them!
    4. Shop local farmer’s markets to save on the energy and fuel costs of produce and other products.
    5. Fix leaky faucets immediately to save the gallons of water that can be wasted in just a day.
    6. Purchase energy-effiecent appliances when it is time to replace your current ones. These appliances have Energy Stars labels and save energy and money.
    7. Unplug all LED electronics after you turn them off. These electronics still use power after they are turned off.
    8. Donate old clothing instead of throwing them out. You can also list your old clothing on Freecycle.org
    9. 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.

     

     

  • Taking Your Pets With You On A Road Trip?

    Posted on September 20th, 2016
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    Road Trip! When traveling with your pets it is important to take extra precautions to make sure they have a good time too.

    Clear The Air would like to share these tips to keep your pets safe while you enjoy your trip.

    1. Prepare – If your trip isn’t right away, prepare your pets with short trips in the car to get them ready for the big day.

    2. Pack – Bring your pet’s favorite toys and blanket to help calm them on the long trip. Also pack all the supplies you will need for you pet including their food, water, dishes, bedding, leashes, litter boxes, and any medications they need.

    3. ID Please – Don’t forget to bring your pet’s identification. Make sure the identification contains your current contact information and it’s attached to a sturdy collar. This will be helpful in case they do get lost.

    4. Be Safe and Secure – Pets are the safest in a carrier. Bring carriers for your pets to ride in while you are driving and make sure they are secured in your car. Sharp turns and sudden stops can cause your pets and their carriers to fall over and they can get hurt. Make sure the carriers are well ventilated and big enough for them to move around comfortably in.

    5. Take A Break – Be sure to make several stops along the way so pets can get out of the car and go to the bathroom. Make sure pets are wearing their identification and are on a leash for their safety.

    6. Bring Your Pets With You – If you need to stop for a snack, gas, or a meal, always take your pets with you. Don’t ever leave pets in the car even if it’s only going to be a few minutes. If you can’t take pets inside with you, take turns sitting outside with your pets so they are not left alone.

     

     

     

  • Keep Your Pets Safe This 4th of July!

    Posted on July 3rd, 2016
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    The 4th of July is full of outdoor activities with your family and pets!

    Clear The Air wants to remind you to keep your pets safe while you enjoy the holiday. Here are some food and water safety tips from the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) to make sure everyone has a fun day.

    Food Safety

    • Never leave alcoholic drinks unattended where pets can reach them. Alcoholic beverages have the potential to poison pets. If ingested, the animal could become very intoxicated and weak, severely depressed or could go into a coma.
    • Keep your pets on their normal diet. Any change, even for one meal, can give your pet severe indigestion and diarrhea. Foods such as onions, chocolate, coffee, avocado, grapes, raisins, salt and yeast dough can all be potentially toxic to companion animals.
    • Do not apply any sunscreen or insect repellent product to your pet that is not labeled specifically for use on animals. Ingestion of sunscreen products can result in drooling, vomiting, diarrhea, excessive thirst and lethargy. The misuse of insect repellent that contains DEET can lead to neurological problems.
    • Keep matches, lighter fluid, citronella candles, insect coils and tiki torch oil products out of reach. Ingestion can produce stomach irritation and possibly even central nervous system depression. If inhaled, the oils could cause aspiration pneumonia in pets.

    Water Safety

    • Don’t let pets drink pool or ocean water. Drinking a large amount of sea water can lead to elevated sodium levels for dogs, which can cause nausea, vomiting, lethargy, tremors and potentially seizures. Pool water, on the other hand, can lead to low sodium levels. Signs of ingestion often start with nausea, vomiting and lethargy, and can progress to depression, unsteadiness, and even coma and seizures. Have your pet take breaks from playtime and drink lots of fresh water throughout the day. If a pet is exhibiting any neurological signs, get into a veterinary clinic immediately.
    • Keep your pet away from ocean critters. Star fish, sea urchins, jelly fish and squid are just a few of the creatures that can pose risk for our pets. If your pet is in or near the ocean, keep a close eye on him or her, and make sure they stay in more shallow water.
    • Avoid Algae. “Red tides” in the ocean are caused by a reddish-brown algal bloom that can be toxic to sea life, humans and our pets—leading to anything from eye and breathing issues to stomach upset, confusion or seizures. Blue-green algae can be found in fresh water like lakes or ponds, and ingestion can cause a serious problems like liver disease or affect the nervous system. Before letting your pet get in any water, check the area for postings and/or the presence of algae. If you see anything suspicious, it would be better to stay on dry land.
    • Practice pool safety. When pets get into the containers of the pool chemicals before they have been diluted, it can lead to burns—both on the skin with prolonged contact, or in the mouth and stomach if ingested. If you have caught your dog ingesting any pool chemicals, give a small amount of water or milk to dilute and then call APCC or take to a local veterinary clinic for evaluation.