What is Aquesan?
Aquesan is a liquid version of our chlorine dioxide delivery system. It is a safe easy way to destroy and decontaminate all your odours. It is fast, simple and water activated. It can be used on carpet, any fabrics cleanable by water, couches, curtains, wood, tile, vinyl, cement, stone, leather, plastic, and most painted surfaces. It leaves no residue and is biodegradable, and recyclable.
When do I use Aquesan and when do I use the gas packet?
It will depend on the severity of the odour. Many of our clients use a combination of Aquesan liquid and our gas packets for auto or residence. For more information please contact us and we will have one of our technicians answer all of your questions.
Where can I use Aquesan?
Aquesan is used in many applications. Some include bathrooms, kitchens, and eating surfaces like table tops. Anywhere that bacteria is present is a great place to treat and clean with Aquesan!
Will this product work on skunk odour?
Does your company offer full treatment services?
Fresh Start Odour Treatment has distributors in many locations that can assist with full treatment services.
Where do I purchase your products?
Please contact us and we will provide you with a Fresh Start Odour Treatment distributor who can sell you the product that you need for your application.
Should I use Bleach to clean up mould?
Biocides are substances that can destroy living organisms. The use of a chemical or biocide that kills organisms such as mold (chlorine bleach, for example) is not recommended as a routine practice during mold cleanup. There may be instances, however, when professional judgment may indicate its use (for example, when immune-compromised individuals are present). In most cases, it is not possible or desirable to sterilize an area; a background level of mold spores will remain – these spores will not grow if the moisture problem has been resolved. If you choose to use disinfectants or biocides, always ventilate the area and exhaust the air to the outdoors. Never mix chlorine bleach solution with other cleaning solutions or detergents that contain ammonia because toxic fumes could be produced.
Should I use an Ozone Machine?
Problems with Ozone Generators and Ionizers that Produce Ozone
“Ozone is a potent lung irritant and exposure to elevated levels is a contributor to the exacerbation of lung disease; it is especially dangerous for persons with asthma and other chronic lung diseases, children and the elderly.”
American Lung Association (http://www.lungusa.org)