Cesspool deodorizer


anyone know the name of the deodorizer that is used in Bus/Train lavatory catchment container?-- has a blue color
tia peter
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The color can be any color.
Do a net search for portable toilet deodorizer, and you get a large variety of suplliers and their products; such as: www.envirolet.com/por.html www.itoilets.com/portable.html www.sanitationjournal.com/jjchmical.html
Be careful using this sort of product.
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mike thanks for the response
do you by anychance know what the chemical is and anything how to remove the smell--tried sunlight/steam cleaning/91% isoproply alchol--getting ready to try bleach/acetic acid comb
coat cannot be dry cleaned
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I misunderstood your problem. I thought you were trying to find the product. If you need the ingredients list, a recreational vehicle center that sells such products are apt to have a Material Safety Data Sheet. The MSDS will list non-proprietary components.
If you have a garment that needs deodorizing, find a company that deals with smoke/water damage restoration, and see if they can use an ozone generator to solve the problem.
Typically, they will put the coat into a plastic bag and then feed an ozone stream into the bag. The process will take a few minutes.
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mike
i found company that makes the stuff--organic compound lab people says it can take feeks to dessipate
uing sodium hydroxide ( oven cleaner) and it has made major cifference in level of odor
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Dear ilaboo:

What is the source of the odor?
Can try wrapping it around pillows, then cover all with a trashbag, use a vacuum cleaner to siphon out the air a few times (vaccuum the bag flat). Let the air back in through a source you can control the contents of.
Vinegar fumes might be OK.
Bleach (and ozone) can cause permanent damage, if there is any padding, so watch the dose (how much, and how long in contact).
Febreeze might be of some help, once you get down to just an "annoying" level of smell.
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