The drawing to the left is a cut away view of a typical modern
construction house in the USA. It shows a view of a wall and floor as it
would be seen if the wall and floor were simply cut off someplace in the
middle of a wall.
The point is to show the many layers and components involved in
building a wall and floor section. It also shows all the places where
liquid contamination can hide once it gets near the edge of the
flooring or carpet.
The hole drilled diagonally from the left is sometimes necessary to
inject OdorXit solution into the area between the plate at the bottom of
the wall and the sub flooring. Drilling small holes through the hardwood
flooring is sometimes necessary to inject OdorXit to areas that took
urine weeks or years to contaminate.
Cutting the end of the needle off with a very fine tooth hack saw or a
roller tubing cutter renders the injector perfect for use as an
OdorXit injector. DO NOT sharpen the end of the needle. Rounding the edge
works much better. This particular model has a 3/16" diameter needle
which matches the diameter of the larger twist drill bit above.
This syringe body has a standard needle fitting that will accommodate smaller needles for injecting OdorXit Concentrate into the tongue and groove joints and through hardwood flooring. We recommend a #13 needle (not pictured) with the sharp part ground off to prevent it from clogging on wood chard's and prevent you from being arrested by over zealous DEA officers. A 3/32" twist drill will make a hole that the #13 needle will fit snugly into.
This is what a minimum quality respirator looks like. This one is
available from Sears for less than $15 and it could save your life on a nasty, dusty rehab project.
When cleaning, sweeping, sanding, removing plaster, drywall, base
boards, door molding, carpeting and other contaminated or dusty
components, the stuff stirred up and floating in the air often contains
large quantities of mold, asbestos, lead, powdered feces, and who knows
what other nasty things. This close fitting respirator may be hot to wear,
but it will filter out most of the stuff that can make you permanently
sick. Don't take chances with your health, use a respirator.
This is the Gilmore 6 gallon sprayer. It mixes 5 ounces of the product in the dispenser bottle with 1 gallon of water. If you use this sprayer for OdorXit Concentrate on dirt on in crawl spaces, you will need to mix 4 ounces of OdorXit Concentrate with 8 to 12 ounces of water in the dispenser bottle to get the proper dilution rate of use on dirt.
If the black flat spray adapter is removed this unit will squirt a stream of OdorXit Solution up to 30 feet.
This unit is less than $20 at most ACE hardware stores.
This is a variable mix unit that will mix what ever is in the dispenser bottle at a rate of 1 to 10 table spoons (1/2 ounce to 5 ounces) per gallon. That works out to about 1 ounce per 2 gallons on the 1 setting (1 part concentrate to 200 water) to 5 ounces per 1 gallon on the 10 setting (1 part concentrate to 20 parts water)
When spraying OdorXit Concentrate on dirt the normal dilution rate is 1 part Concentrate to about 80 to 100 parts of water. That would indicate that the proper setting would be 2 or 3 for undiluted OdorXit placed in the dispenser bottle.
This unit has a fan spray attachment on the nozzle that can be removed to make it a stream sprayer for getting Concentrate back in to the areas in a crawl space you can't walk to.
This unit is also available at many ACE hardware stores for less than $25.