Tuesday, June 2, 2020

SCENT KILLER® Air & Space Deodorizer With cutting edge NO ZONE™ Technology

SCENT KILLER® Air & Space Deodorizer With cutting edge NO ZONE™ Technology

Wildlife Research Center®, the leader in Scent and Scent Elimination, introduces break-through Scent Killer® Air & Space Deodorizer.

While our Scent Killer® Clothing Spray effectively turns your clothing into a high-powered scent elimination suit, Scent Killer® Air and Space Deodorizer is for everywhere else. Its unique formulation works differently to attack odors at the molecular level, in larger open spaces.

Scent Killer® NO ZONE™ Air & Space Deodorizer, powered with cutting edge NO ZONE™ Technology, attacks a wide range of odors and knocks them out. Perfect for a wide range of applications including rooms, closets, back packs, sports bags, lockers, storage containers, cabins, vehicles, RV’s and much more!

Scent Killer® NO ZONE™ Technology is Ozone Free! Making it a safe and easy alternative to ozone generating machines.

It’s perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, hunters, athletes, and other various sports enthusiasts alike. It’s the ultimate odor fighting weapon to have in your arsenal all year long. And it’s great around the home for general everyday deodorizing!

Don’t let unwanted odors sabotage your hunt. MSRP on a convenient sized 16 FL OZ spray bottle of Scent Killer® NO ZONE™ Air & Space Deodorizer is $8.99 and will be available at finer Sporting Goods Stores this fall.

Wildlife Research Center® is known for its innovative products in Scents and Scent Elimination. Although it’s been more than 30 years since they introduced their first Scent Killer® product: it’s their extreme passion and superior quality that has propelled them to be the leader in the category. It is The Gold Standard®.

Scent Killer® Air & Space Deodorizer with NO ZONE Technology is 100% Money-Back Guaranteed – direct by Wildlife Research Center®.

For more information on the entire line of scent and scent elimination products from Wildlife Research Center®, visit www.wildlife.com.

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Kim Cahalan