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Mango Peach Pet Odor Exterminator Room SprayMango Peach Pet Odor Exterminator Room Spray

Discover the Safe, Effective Way to Eliminate Pet Odor!

Mango Peach is a tropical fruity fragrance combining mango, and peach and melon with a subtle hint of tangerine and jasmine.

Get rid of odors and freshen your home with a Pet House Freshening Room Spray from One Fur All! Designed and formulated to neutralize odors, they are a must-have for both dog and cat owners. While most sprays simply mask smells, our blend includes an odor neutralizer that leaves your home clean, welcoming and undeniably fresh.

Using top-quality long-lasting fragrances, we developed scents that will fill the room with a calming aroma that’s never overwhelming! Our freshening room sprays contain no paraffin, dyes, parabens, phthalates, and formaldehyde.

At One Fur All, we know that a happy, healthy home starts with a clean environment.

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· Effectively Fight Odors: Between litterboxes and dog beds, our four-legged friends can leave our homes smelling less than fresh. Tested and specially formulated to act as pet odor neutralizers, our freshening room Sprays effectively remove unpleasant smells!

· Fresh, Welcoming Fragrance: From Fresh Citrus to Lavender Green Tea, we offer four scents that family and friends are sure to love! Made with the highest quality fragrances, each room spray provides a rich aroma that’s always effective, yet never overpowering.

· Quality: Our products are made without dyes, paraffin, parabens, formaldehyde, synthetic preservatives other toxic ingredients.

· MADE IN USA: One Fur All Pet Products maintain the highest quality standards. All of our products are proudly made in the USA. Unlike some other odor eliminating products, our freshening room sprays contain no paraffin, dyes, parabens, phthalates, and formaldehyde. All of our pet odor neutralizing products contain the leading odor neutralizer to create the freshest environment.

Why One Fur All:

Every One Fur All product is made to freshen pet-loving homes and cars. All of our products are produced in the USA and contain an effective odor neutralizer to create the freshest environment.

Our candles and wax melts are crafted with 100% natural, dye-free soy wax and contain absolutely no paraffin/petroleum by-products, phthalates or parabens. All of our products are non-toxic.

What We Believe

We believe our pets change us and improve the quality of our lives. We couldn’t imagine our lives without them. They are family. Our mission is to make products that help create a more-loving environment, contribute to finding homes for rescued animals and spread the joy of being a fur family. That’s why we are One Fur All ... and all for pets.

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