• Happy Testimonial Tuesday!

    Posted on April 11th, 2017
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    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

  • How To Remove Boat Odors

    Posted on November 30th, 2014
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    Does your boat smell? Earth Care Odor Remover Bags will help you get back to smooth sailing!

    What stinks? Bilge odors, mild and mildew odors, fuel odors, head and holding tank odors, gallery odors, and smoke are common odors that stink up our boats. Air fresheners just mask the odors and often smell worst than the offensive odor. Earth Care Odor Remover Bags can simply be placed in your boat and they will completely eliminate all these odors.

    Earth Care draws in odors like a powerful magnet. The odors are adsorbed, and neutralized without any fragrances. It is made from an all natural mineral, is non toxic and biodegradable and safe for Planet Earth. It is also safe around children and pets even if eaten. It does not have to come into contact with odor producer to eliminate the odor. Earth Care does not cover up odors it literally “clears the air” leaving the air fresh and clean.

    Directions to Eliminate Odors From Your Boat:

    • Hang one bag in each bilge compartment, the head, the galley, and each cabin.  Some air circulation such as an open hatch is needed.  Do not put the bag directly in standing water or direct sunlight.
    • The bags will continue to eliminate new odors for up to 3 months.
    • Use 3 canisters or bucket and  sprinkle granules on all upholstery and carpet.  Brush granules into carpet.  Leave down 24 hours and vacuum or sweep up.  All odors will be completely eliminated.
  • How To Remove Odors From Your Car

    Posted on November 1st, 2014
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    Do you have an odor in your car?? Forget the air fresheners!!

    Air fresheners just mask the odors and often smell worst than the offensive odor, car details are expensive, and shampooing often just spreads the smell around. Earth Care Odor Remover Bags can simply be placed in your car and they will completely eliminate all these odors.

    Earth Care draws in odors like a powerful magnet. The odors are adsorbed, and neutralized without any fragrances. It is made from an all natural mineral, is non toxic and biodegradable and safe for Planet Earth. It is also safe around children and pets even if eaten. It does not have to come into contact with odor producer to eliminate the odor. Earth Care does not cover up odors it literally “clears the air” leaving the air fresh and clean.

    Directions to eliminate odors from your car:

    • Hang or place one or two bags in car.
    • Leave windows open for air circulation.
    • Do not set bag in direct sun, can be placed under the car seat.
    • If there are strong odors in your car you may also want to sprinkle Clear The Air Odor Eliminator for Carpets and Furniture on all upholstery and carpet. Leave down overnight and vacuum. All odors will be completely eliminated.
    • The bags will continue to eliminate new odors for up to 3 months. Each bag will cover approximately 100 square feet, some air circulation is best.
  • How To Eliminate Odors From Dumpster Rooms

    Posted on October 15th, 2014
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    Is the odor from your dumpster room offending the businesses and stores nearby?

    Earth Care Odor Remover Bags are used by Pest Control Professionals to remove dumpster room odors. Earth Care Odor Remover Bags are easy to use, just hang them in the dumpster room and they will completely eliminate the odors.

    Here’s how to eliminate odors from the dumpster room and trash cans:

    • Move bins out of the way and spread Granules from the Earth Care Bucket over the wet area.  Put down enough granules to where at least 50% of the granules on top are still dry.
    • Spread a liberal amount of granules on top of the rubbish in the bins.  If the rubbish is wet on top make sure to add enough to where you have some dry granules on top.
    • If rubbish bin is in doors hang 2 bags immediately above the bins, high enough where the bags do not obstruct lid when opened.  Use 2 bags per rubbish bin.
    • In one hour you should realize a noticeable lowering of the odor.  If the odor is still at a high unacceptable level add more granules and bags to reduce the odor.
    • Change bags out monthly and add granules monthly or as needed.
    • Sweep up granules under bins after 2 or 3 days.
    • To remove odors from trash can simply sprinkle granules into trash can.  No more stinky garage from your trash cans!
    • The Result:  The odors will be greatly reduced or eliminated.  This will result in less insects and rodents being attracted and a much more pleasant healthier area.
  • What Others Are Saying About Clear The Air’s Odor Eliminators

    Posted on September 30th, 2014
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    Clear The Air produces amazing results when it comes to eliminating odors. Here’s a great testimonial from an article on the examiner.com:


    “Clear the Air is possibly the most amazing new product I have encountered since…well, since toaster pastries. Made by Earth Care Products, this is a granulated odor removal product made from an all natural mineral. It is non-toxic, non-hazardous, non-flammable, non-caustic, and biodegradable. After it has been used to eliminate odors, the remaining granules can be disposed of in your garden, as it will add time-released nitrogen nutrients to the soil! It can safely be used around pets and children: even if it is eaten, it is non-toxic (unlike some toaster pastries).”

    A lot of time went into that latch hook rug and I could not bring myself to discard it so it went into the garage – til now. I decided it would be a great test for this product. I sprinkled the product onto the latch hook rug, waited 24 hours (knowing this would never work), shook the rug outside into the tomato plants…and could not believe that the smell was gone. Several days later the odor is still gone. I even made the small teenager sniff the rug (oh she was thrilled).” -Phyllis (Dayton Small Pet Examiner)

    Click here to read the entire article

  • How To Remove Odors From Trucks

    Posted on September 28th, 2014
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    Do you or someone you know drive a truck?
    Clear The Air would like to share how to remove odors from shipping containers and trucks:

    Shipping containers often take on the odors of fish, food, animals, and many of the odors of previously shipped merchandise. Earth Care’s Clear The Air Odor Eliminators will completely eliminate these odors, pulling the odors out of the shipping container.

    This unique form of Earth Care Products Mineral does not have to come into contact with the odor producer; it will pull the odors from the entire area. Clear The Air draws in odors like a powerful magnet. The odors are adsorbed, and neutralized without any fragrances. Clear the air does not cover up odors; it literally “clears the air” leaving the air fresh and clean. Clear The Air is made from an all natural mineral, is non toxic and biodegradable and safe for Planet Earth. It is safe around children and pets even if eaten.

    Directions to Eliminate Odors from Shipping Containers and Trucks

    • Hang 3 Earth Care Odor Eliminator Bags in container. It is best to have some air circulation. One bag will cover 100 square feet. Odor will be eliminated in 24 hours.
    • The bag will continue to eliminate new odors for up to 3 months.
    • If odors have soaked into the floor of container Clear The Air Odor Eliminator granules can be sprinkled on the bottom of the container. It is best to have some air circulation. Leave down 24 hours and vacuum or sweep out. Odors will be completely eliminated.
  • Dogs Or Cats?

    Posted on August 21st, 2014
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    Are you a dog person or a cat person?

    Clear The Air came across Dr. Mercola’s article about the differences between dogs and cats and we would like to share it with our readers:

    • Dogs can be trained quickly, some in a matter of minutes, to obey basic commands like ‘come’ and ‘sit.’
    • Most cats are difficult if not impossible to train to respond to directives.
    • Cats can be house-trained in an instant as long as they have access to a litter box. There’s really no training to it, in fact. It’s instinct.
    • Most dogs take considerably longer to housebreak, and some just never get all the way there. Unlike with Fluffy, housebreaking a pup is usually a hands-on, time intensive project.
    • Dogs are social beings. They want to be with their pack, wherever their pack may be.
    • Cats are solitary by comparison and their primary attachment (when forced to choose) is to their territory rather than other two or four-legged animals.
    • Dogs have 42 teeth.
    • Cats have 30.
    • Cats can jump and climb, giving them more options when they need to hunt for food, or when they feel threatened.
    • Dogs are earthbound, so they need their pack to hunt effectively. And when a threat triggers their fight-or-flight response, they are more likely to react with aggression because their ability to flee from a predator is limited.
    • Dogs are scavenging carnivores, which means although they are primarily meat-eaters, if necessary they can survive on plant material alone (remember, surviving is different than thriving).
    • Cats are obligate or strict carnivores. Kitties cannot sustain life without eating meat in some form.
    • Dogs in the wild catch their prey by running it down. They are long distance runners, not sprinters.
    • Cats creep up on their prey and catch it by surprise. They are sprinters, not distance runners.
    • Cats cannot be fasted and should not be dieted down too quickly. Kitties don’t efficiently burn fat reserves as an energy source. Instead, without food, their bodies break down non-fatty tissues for energy. This can lead to a life-threatening liver condition called hepatic lipidosis.
    • Dogs are much better at using their fat reserves and can tolerate a lack of food for much longer than cats.
    • Cats have retractable claws that stay sharp because they are protected inside the toes.
    • Dogs claws are always extended and become blunt from constant contact with the ground when they walk.
    • A dog’s memory is only about five minutes long.
    • Kitties can remember up to 16 hours.

    Read entire article about dog and cat differences from Dr. Mercola here.

    Ten Interesting Differences Between Cats and Dogs

    Dogs can be trained quickly, some in a matter of minutes, to obey basic commands like ‘come’ and ‘sit.’

    Most cats are difficult if not impossible to train to respond to directives.

    Cats can be housetrained in an instant as long as they have access to a litter box. There’s really no training to it, in fact. It’s instinct.

    Most dogs take considerably longer to housebreak, and some just never get all the way there. Unlike with Fluffy, housebreaking a pup is usually a hands-on, time intensive project.

    Dogs are social beings. They want to be with their pack, wherever their pack may be.

    Cats are solitary by comparison and their primary attachment (when forced to choose) is to their territory rather than other two or four-legged animals.

    Dogs have 42 teeth.

    Cats have 30.

    Cats can jump and climb, giving them more options when they need to hunt for food, or when they feel threatened.

    Dogs are earthbound, so they need their pack to hunt effectively. And when a threat triggers their fight-or-flight response, they are more likely to react with aggression because their ability to flee from a predator is limited.

    Dogs are scavenging carnivores, which means although they are primarily meat-eaters, if necessary they can survive on plant material alone (remember, surviving is different than thriving).

    Cats are obligate or strict carnivores. Kitties cannot sustain life without eating meat in some form.

    Dogs in the wild catch their prey by running it down. They are long distance runners, not sprinters.

    Cats creep up on their prey and catch it by surprise. They are sprinters, not distance runners.

    Cats cannot be fasted and should not be dieted down too quickly. Kitties don’t efficiently burn fat reserves as an energy source. Instead, without food, their bodies break down non-fatty tissues for energy. This can lead to a life-threatening liver condition called hepatic lipidosis.

    Dogs are much better at using their fat reserves and can tolerate a lack of food for much longer than cats.

    Cats have retractable claws that stay sharp because they are protected inside the toes.

    Dogs claws are always extended and become blunt from constant contact with the ground when they walk.

    A dog’s memory is only about five minutes long.

    Kitties can remember up to 16 hours.

  • Dogs In Hot Cars

    Posted on August 18th, 2014
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    Urgent Alert – A Note From The ASPCA on leaving pets in your car.

    From the ASPCA – Please do not leave your pets in the car! Cars can heat up incredibly fast and are an extremely dangerous place for your pets!

    As summer heats up, it’s tempting to bring your pet with you on car rides around town. Sadly, many people believe that cracking a window is enough to keep their dogs cool in the car while they make a quick pit stop—but they couldn’t be more wrong. When it’s 80 degrees outside, your car will be a staggering 114 degrees in less than 30 minutes.

    Worse still, dog can’t cool themselves down as easily as people, and once they overheat, they can suffer extensive organ damage or die. That’s why leaving an animal alone in a car is more than just a bad idea, it’s a form of animal cruelty. And since the ASPCA can’t be everywhere at all times, we need YOU to be our eyes and ears on the ground.

    To help save animals from dying in hot cars, take the following actions:

    • Immediately call animal control or 911 if you see an animal trapped in a hot car. Local law officials have the ability to enter the vehicle and rescue the pet.
    • Do not leave until help has arrived.
    • Notify the managers of nearby businesses so they can make an urgent announcement.
    • Sign our Hot Car Pledge to help save lives this summer and all year long.

    We are working hard to spread awareness about the dangers of hot cars, but all too often, the difference between life and death comes down to the actions of individuals like you. We hope you will join our cause by keeping an eye out for dogs in distress, and by making a donation today. Together, we can prevent more tragedies and make this summer our safest season yet.

    Read entire article about Dogs In Hot Cars from the ASPCA.

  • How To Potty Train Your Puppy

    Posted on August 10th, 2014
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    Puppies are cute but potty training can be tough! Check out our helpful puppy potty training tips below.

    Teaching your puppy how to potty train? Clear the Air works great for eliminating odors from your dog’s accidents in the house. Plus, it is non-toxic and completely safe even if ingested.

    Check out some helpful potty training tips for your dog:

    • Restrict your dog’s access to the house. Making his environment smaller makes him less apt to have an accident. This same process can also be used for crate training.
    • Keep your dog with you, or keep an eye on him. Dogs usually like to sneak off to have accidents, if you can’t see him, he might be getting into something he shouldn’t be.
    • Go outside with him when teaching your dog to potty train. If you don’t see him urinating and defecating outside he might just be playing and not taking care of business. Plus going out with him teaches you about his routine.
    • Quietly praise your dog for going potty outside. Don’t reprimand him for making a mistake, just distract him and get him outside as soon as you can.
    • If you have a dog that likes one particular area specifically, you can put his food near that area and he will not urinate or defecate where he eats. But be careful, this sometimes doesn’t address the problem and the dog finds a new spot.
    • Utilize a crate, or a baby gate, or an exercise pen when you are not home. If you are diligent about keeping your dog with you when you are home, but he pees or poops as soon as you leave it is defeating your hard work. Crates are a wonderful tool for potty training.
    • Do not use puppy pads or indoor aids when potty training if you want your dog to potty outside. Encouraging potty indoor sometimes, but then wanting them to go outside is confusing. Choose one or the other and stick with it.
    • Be consistent and use lots of praise while controlling his environment and soon your dog will be happily going potty outside. Do you have potty training tips you’d like to share? Please comment on our blog.
  • How To Avoid A Missing Dog

    Posted on August 9th, 2014
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    There are many reason a dog may get lost. Find out how to keep your pet safely at home.

    Clear The Air would like to share some helpful tips from Cesar Milan about preventing your dog from getting lost. Please keep these tips in mind so your dog enjoys a safe and happy life with you!

    • The eyes have it – The easiest and surest way to keep your dog safe is to be able to see where he is at all times. And notice we say “see” and not “know.” You may think you know your dog is playing in your fenced-in backyard, but if you don’t have an eye on him, he could have run out of a gate that was left open, dug a hole under the fence to freedom, or be stolen by a criminal. Likewise if you’re walking your dog, don’t tie her up to the parking meter outside your favorite store or coffee shop while you run errands. Your dog could slip her collar, chew through her leash, or be stolen. Better to have the caffeine headache now than the headache and heartache of a missing pet later.
    • Get a new leash on life – Whenever possible, keep your dog on a good leash when out in the world. Even if you’re just letting your dog follow at your heels as you go to the mailbox, a stray squirrel or rabbit in the corner of your dog’s eye could cause him to bolt into traffic or down the street, and you are probably not going to catch him. It could easily result in your dog getting lost, the further he runs, or worse, injured or killed in traffic.
    • A dog by a different collar – A good collar that fits well is your best line of defense for two reasons: it keeps your dog from slipping out of it and getting loose; and it provides an easy way to ID your dog and makes your contact information available so you can get her back. It seems like fancy dog boutiques are popping up on every block so finding a good collar should be easy. But be mindful that the collar needs to be functional before fashionable. Your dog’s collar can literally save its life and it’s far more important that it stay securely on your dog and provide your contact info than alert the world in rhinestones that your dog has “Bieber fever.” Additionally, regularly check the fit of the dog collar as it is likely to stretch out over time or crack or fray depending on the material it’s made of, making it less secure. It may need to be tightened or replaced.
    • Microchipping—not just for computers – Microchipping involves implanting a tiny rice-grain-sized chip under your dog’s skin. It’s painless and can help your dog be identified with a scanner. Even if your dog loses his collar (or in the case of dognapping, has it removed), the microchip allows your dog to be positively identified as yours. This shouldn’t be regarded as a substitute for the collar and ID however. The microchip is a worst-case scenario for identifying your dog. It’s a lot easier for Good Samaritans to call the phone number that’s right there on the dog’s collar than to find a shelter or vet that can scan the microchip (if the Good Samaritan even thinks to do that). However, the microchip gives you a fighting chance your dog might be identified without a collar and provides excellent legal recourse should a dispute arise over who owns the lost dog.

    Read more tips from Cesar Milan here.