How to Remove Skunk Smell From Animals
Things you will need:
- Small Bucket: To soak collar, leash, etc.
- Squirt Bottle with a pointed tip applicator: Most animals do not like the sprayer and they may become nervous. With a pointed tip applicator, you can direct OdorGone® exactly where you need it without waste and it will not frighten the animal.
- Wash Cloth: To use on face, snout and ears and will help avoid getting any in the animal’s eyes.
- Clean Towels: 2 or 3
- Pet Shampoo/Conditioner
- Spray OdorGone® full strength to knock down the airborne skunk odor and improve working conditions.
- Remove collar and place in small bucket. Mix 1 part OdorGone® to 1 part water and soak until odor is gone.
- With your pointed tip applicator, squirt OdorGone® full strength directly on skunked areas and work in thoroughly. Use washcloth for face, snout and ears. (Avoid getting into eyes… it is like soap in your eye.)
- Again, with your pointed tip applicator, squirt OdorGone® full strength and thoroughly work into the rest of the animal’s coat, working from the top down. OdorGone® does not take long to do its job, By the time you are finished working it into the animal’s coat, you can immediately rinse the animal thoroughly.
- Lightly towel dry from head to tail, checking for any spots you may have missed… double-checking the hot spots or areas that took a direct hit. Re-apply OdorGone® to missed spots and rub in. (Be careful and take your time. If you miss a spot the size of a dime, you will still smell that awful skunk smell.)
- Now, wash the animals with a pet shampoo/conditioner and dry with a clean towel.
If you get a whiff of skunk a few days later, or find a spot that you may have missed, just wet a washcloth with OdorGone®, squirt a little from your pointed tip applicator, or spray from the bottle and rub out the odor.
Peggi (and Kevin, too)
OdorGone Natural Odor Neutralizer