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Household deodorizing and disinfecting solutions. Take care of your personal property, a rental property, or a client's property you are showing. 

Household Solutions

Prokure V Liquid 1 Gallon Size

ProKure V Liquid

ProKure V is a hospital-type disinfectant, antimicrobial, and odor eliminator. This effective formula will kill bacteria, viruses*, mold, mildew and odor-causing bacteria. Suitable for Allergen Removal. (EPA Registered)

ProKure G Fast Deodorizing Gas 25g label

ProKure G Gas

ProKure G cleans the air (you breathe). It removes foul odors within commercial buildings, automobiles, residential properties and more. (EPA Registered)

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ThinkLite Air: Flair IAQ Monitor

Precision air monitoring device that provides real time data of Air Quality, CO2, VOCs, Mold Index, Humidity, and more. Each monitor safely measures up to 5,000 sq. ft. All data is trackable via computer.


Unpleasant Odors can alter your perception of a home. They can make your personal residence unenjoyable on a personal level and unwelcome to guests. Unpleasant Odors can also turn away potential buyers or tenants for a property.

Don't let foul odors impact your overall mood, stress, or anxiety and take the time to deodorize your home, listing, or rental property correctly.

Chlorine Dioxide products are a great odor removal source due to its small molecular size (approximately 124 pm) and natural ability to fill any space, offers an unmatched distribution ability. Chlorine dioxide gas is a selective oxidizer allowing it to easily penetrate surfaces, cracks and crevices, and can even penetrate through organic matter like bio-films.

ProKure G Gas is an excellent deodorizer and cleans the air (you breathe), with an easy-to-use system. It removes the following odors:

  • Cannabis
  • Tobacco
  • Human Waste
  • Urine
  • Vomit
  • Pet
  • Skunk
  • Mold/Mildew
  • Stale Cooking (outlasting smells)
  • Sewage


This material is not a replacement for the product label. It is a violation of Federal Law to use EPA registered products in a manner inconsistent with the product labeling. Read the entire product label and use strictly in accordance with precautionary statements and use.

Importance of Air Quality

Humans typically breathe in 2,000 gallons of air each day (17,000 breaths a day or more than 6 million breaths per year).

Germs spread quickly via air and can remain in the air for hours. A single breath releases 50-500 droplets. A single cough releases about 3,000 droplets, which can travel up to 50 miles per hour. Many of these droplets stay in the air and travel across a room within a few seconds. A single sneeze releases about 30,000 droplets, traveling up to 200 miles per hour. Most droplets are small and travel easily across a room.

Indoor Air Pollutants are 2-5xs higher than outdoor air pollutants. On average, we spend 90% of our time indoors. One of the single-most reasons students are absent from school.

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Proactive Solutions to Improve Indoor Air Quality (IAQ):

  • Monitor Indoor Air Quality
  • Source Control (Identify Problems)
  • Increase Air Flow and Exchanges
  • Improve Ventilation (Bring Outside Air in)
  • Improve Air Filtration
  • Focus on High Traffic Areas
  • Improve HVAC Systems
  • Utilize Demand Control Ventilation
  • Reduce Occupancy in Rooms
  • Invest in Air Cleaners and Fans
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To prevent the spread of infection or the contraction of illnesses, a protocol of cleaning and disinfecting high-touch areas should be implemented regularly, especially within real estate. High amounts of traffic touring an open house can bring an abundance of bacteria to a home.

Some of the most residential-touched surfaces include:

  • Countertops
  • Tables/Chairs
  • Doorknobs
  • Stair Railings
  • Toilets
  • Sinks
  • Children's Toys
  • Mobile/Electronic Devices


Always Read Product Labels

When working with various products, make sure to read the label in full and understand what chemicals you are working with. There are many chemicals on the market that are not friendly to the user and others that are exposed to it.