Odorzout: The BEST Way to Eliminate Odors Naturally BONUS GIVEAWAY!

Every cat owner fights the constant battle against odor. I have tried everything on the market to eliminate odors from carpets, furniture, fabrics, litter boxes, etc. and finally I found Odorzout. This is a product that I am totally addicted to, which is why I was so excited when I met Dr. Stink himself at a recent Pet Expo. I was even more excited when I found out that Odorzout is based right here in Phoenix, so I made an appointment to head over there and talk to Dr. Stink about just why Odorzout is so great.

I arrived at the Odorzout headquarters to find an impeccable facility. This photo is of the assembly line where the products are packaged and prepared for sale. Odorzout is made from a special blend of Zeolites, which are all-natural, non-toxic minerals that absorb and eliminate unpleasant odors. Dr. Stink explained that each of the products in the Odorzout line uses a special combination of Zeolites that are optimized for a specific use. The products include:

  • All Surface Granules – Great for use on carpets, furniture, bedding, carriers, etc.
  • Cat Litter Additive – For use in the litter box and can also be used directly on a pet
  • Laundry Additive Powder - Toss some in with your laundry to remove odors while washing
  • Pet Pouches – A convenient way to keep an area or even a gym bag fresh between application of the other products

During my visit, I told Dr. Stink about a recent experience I had with the Odorzout products. I’ve been having a little problem with my senior kitty urinating on the carpet. I Spot Bot almost daily and every so often I pull out the deep cleaning machine. After a deep clean, the odor is particularly strong, because deposits in the carpet are stirred-up and now the entire carpet is damp. This time, even after the carpet dried fully, the odor was especially bad. I sprinkled the Cat All Surface Granules on the area and literally, within minutes, the odor was gone. Not masked by flowers or other fragrance, truly gone. Dr. Stink explained that Zeolites don’t mask odors like most other products, they actually absorb and eliminate the stink. That is why the products are packaged as powders or granules — the more surface area exposed to the odor, the faster it will be absorbed.

My big question about the products was “are they safe?” I was very pleased to find out that Zeolite minerals are 100% safe for pets and people, too. If your cat licks the mineral off their fur it is completely safe. Not only are Odorzout products safe, but they also received the US Environmental Protection Agency’s Design for the Environment Seal of Approval and they are the ONLY “All Natural Mineral” Odor Eliminating products approved to carry this seal. The seal officially acknowledges that Odorzout products are environmentally safe and that they adhere to strict partner guidelines that encourage the formulation of products with environmentally preferred chemistry. Odorzout was selected to receive the seal because the products’ blend of natural Zeolite minerals exhibits a more positive effect on the environment than conventional odor removers.

Odorzout products come in 30 oz bottles, as well as 1-gallon, 2-gallon, and 5-gallon buckets. One bottle will last you a very long time. Just a sprinkle in the litter box or a teaspoon in the laundry will do the trick. Check the Odorzout website to find a retailer near you or order online.


Here’s your chance to try it yourself! The folks at Odorzout are giving one lucky winner a whole “cat package” including Cat All Surface Granules, Cat Litter Additive, Laundry Additive Powder, and a Pet Pouch. To enter, please leave a comment on this post and tell us which room in your house needs Odorzout the most. All entries must be received by midnight on Friday, November 14. The winner will be selected in a random drawing on Saturday.

Blog Widget by LinkWithin



222 Responses to “Odorzout: The BEST Way to Eliminate Odors Naturally BONUS GIVEAWAY!”

  1. 1

    Our office needs it the worst — that’s where the cats decide to “remind” us that the litterboxes need cleaning.

  2. 2
    rachel crisman

    Wow! I need to try this product,my house stinks so bad I refuse to invite any company over.The living room is the worst room.Thats where both the dogs and the cats hang out the most but my bedroom is pretty terrible too.

  3. 3

    My bedroom! Due to our living situation, two of the cat boxes are in my bedroom. Add in one cat who misses the box frequently due to a medical issue… and there isn’t enough Fabreze in the world. I’d love to try these products, especially since they’re as safe as they are.

  4. 4

    Sounds like another fascinating product find. Thank you!

  5. 5

    My hallway/entranceway (which is also the central location in my small condo) needs Odorzout the most, because that’s where the litterbox is. I am definitely going to check out this product – thanks for the review!

  6. 6

    Looks like a great product. I’ve tried many other brands without success. I’d need Odorzout the most in my living room as my cat peed on the couch twice last year… and the smell still remains. :(

  7. 7

    The Basement, definitely! It’s where we keep the litterboxes…unfortunately if the odor from the litter is strong it will come up through the furnace…

  8. 8
    Tiffany Harvey

    We haven’t had any odor problems with our cat (knock on wood), but my sister-in-law lives in a tiny apartment and any litterbox odor is a big problem. All of our relatives are cat lovers, and I would love to spead the products around.

  9. 9

    I’m having the EXACT same problem with my cat. I’ve tried pretty much everything to try to get the smell of my living room, without success. Hope I can try the product…

  10. 10

    Our bedroom. Pixel makes some pretty nasty poops.

  11. 11

    I’d love the ‘cat package’ to use to attack my guest bedroom. then, I’d feel comfortable inviting people over to stay!

  12. 12

    I’d also like to add my vote to Odorzout. This summer we moved into an apartment that previously had a kitty with litter box issues. Nothing would get the odor out and my cats starting peeing on top of the previous cat’s spots. We were about to break the lease to get out of the apartment when a friend recommended Odorzout. She had some of the “All Surface Granules” and lent us her bottle. It worked like magic. No more odors! No more “accidents”! One of the best products.

    I would love to try the entire line of products in my “litter room” as my husband calls it (which is actually my carpeted office with a spare bed). I’m sure my mother-in-law would appreciate it when she comes to visit next month ;)

    PS – I am really enjoying “litter week.”

  13. 13

    I would LOVE to try the litter additive because the area around the litter box (in the pantry) is the stinkiest!

  14. 14

    I’d love to try the litter additive as well. Our cat Pidge never seemed to learn how to cover her poop. The stink always the worst in the kitchen. Who wants to cook then?

  15. 15

    Most definitely the guest bathroom where the litter tray is. I need this urgently, my folks are visiting in 10 days time!

  16. 16

    It’s a tossup between the living room and the bedroom…<>…ew!

  17. 17

    oh yes, please. this week has been amazing with litter ideas – but one cat in PARTICULAR (I’m not naming names, ROXIE) is a stinky little feline.

  18. 18

    The laundry room–for sure!

  19. 19

    all the rooms + litterbox.

  20. 20

    My bedroom closet, where the litterbox is kept, could really use some improvement!

  21. 21

    I have 4 cats and 3 dogs so the entire house seems like it smells like a giant litter box/dog kennel. HELP!!!

  22. 22

    We live in an old house and they made bathrooms right off the kitchen then. Skitz shares that bathroom with us and between him and (ssshh.. Mr. Man…) I sure could use this!
    Thanks for the chance!

  23. 23

    With three cats in a tiny apartment, two litter boxes, and two cats with sensitive stomachs . . . odorzout would truly be a must for our place (especially because it is not harmful to humans or cats which is hard to find in a lot of pet products)

  24. 24

    The “kitty litter room” (spare bedroom) needs it the most! We’ve got a couple of kitties with irritable bowel syndrome, and they tend to make some stinky poops.

  25. 25

    The spare bedroom! That’s where we keep the litter boxes and with 3 cats it doesn’t take long to get pretty rank. The worst part is that room is right across the hall from the kids bedrooms so they get alot of the smell wafting in there too!

  26. 26

    Thankfully my kitties are pretty good about not going anywhere except the litter boxes. However, one of my cats had a bladder infection and I still can’t get the smell out of a piece of furniture she kept peeing on. This sounds like it would do the trick!

  27. 27

    Ah – odors. My dear little one likes his absorbent litter for the wet stuff, but prefer to leave the solids elsewhere. While I am using various methods to train him away from those spots – and hope to eventually move to kitty using the toilet – there is still odor about – the most prominent is the bathroom, followed by a corner of the living room.

    Odorzout would be great!

  28. 28

    I would love to try this out, so happy to hear it’s a safe product too!

  29. 29

    This sounds great!

  30. 30

    How awesome! I can’t wait to try this with my kitties!

  31. 31

    Our basement family room could use this. We have an 18 year old Siamese and 15 year old Marmalade who are both very well behaved about using the litter boxes, but, boy are they stinky.

  32. 32

    I’m a renter and I have a nice (but small) carpeted pantry area that I decided to turn into the litter box room… due to lack of other options. I removed the doors and hung a curtain to make it easily accessible, but now that the doors are gone, my kitchen and my living room are often stinky, especially after my biggest girl, Miss. Kitty, does her business (she’s the stinkiest cat I’ve ever met!). I’d love to try this out!

  33. 33

    My kitties have a closet that holds their litter boxes, and thankfully the door is only open a small amount because WHOO! sometimes stink wafts out and fills the apartment. I’d love to try kitty box additive to keep that odor down. Thanks for all of the great info during litter week – I can’t wait for treat week!

  34. 34

    Which room? The only room I’ve got! I live in a studio loft, so the only “room” is the bathroom and the rest of the apartment is wide open to let you enjoy any odor from one part of the apartment everywhere you go! :) I have two cats, one of whom likes to taunt me by peeing RIGHT NEXT to the litter box occassionally. I can’t really hide the second (and most frequently used) litter box because there’s no where to hide it, so unfortunately it’s pretty centrally located and it’s not exactuly unobtrusive scentwise, despite a daily cleaning!

  35. 35

    The living room/closet. I live in a small condo, and I have had to be creative in litter box placement due to living in such a small space. I converted the coat closet that opens into the living room into a litter/storage area. There are two lextra large itter boxes (used by four cats) on the floor and metal shelving on top to hold litter and other cat supplies. The door is cracked open at all times so the cats can get in. However, when the litter needs scooped, I can smell it across the entire living room! This product would surely help.

  36. 36

    The dining room, which is actually used as a storage room, because that’s where one of the litter of boxes is, and it’s near the front door. I’m going to give this a try.

  37. 37

    OMG! I need this, please! I have several former fosters from working with the Dane County Friends of Ferals and now have 6 furbabies that have a forever home with me. In spite of cleaning the boxes every day, those little rascals still manage to make messes and miss the boxes. Our spare bedroom needs this the most since it’s basically their room. I would love to try this product! If it works, they’d have a life long customer for sure!

  38. 38
    Roberta Harwell

    This product would be great for us. We currently have 3 cats and 1 dog in the house. I am constantly cleaning and using all types of products to keep the smell down and in control. I love all the products that have been featured this week. Thanks for the contest.

  39. 39

    Has anyone tried odorzout on hardwood? Most of the available odor products are for carpet so I am never sure if I can use them on wood- and I have a pee-er. Has anyone found a good product for wood/tile floors? I use nature’s miracle now, but it only sort of works.

  40. 40
    Nancy G

    We adopted three rescued kittens from the same litter. The two tabbies are the stinkiest cats I’ve ever known. Their sister, the tortie, does not have this problem. Max is the stinkiest, and he is the lap cat and a real love. He adores and feels his purpose in life is to snuggle with me. So I get stinky clothes, stinky hands, stinky sofa…all from sweet Max. Your product sounds like the perfect solution. Help! Pleeeeeze!! PS They have all been to the vet and this is not a medical problem.

  41. 41

    You could save my house and wallet if I win this. I have a landing between stairs that has a horrible urine smell. I have tried everything to rid the smell and feel I might have to get new carpet for the whole house in order to fix a small area since it is the same carpet everywhere!

  42. 42
    Sonia Zjawinski

    Well, my entire apartment needs this! Living in a studio with three cats plus a revolving door of rescue fosters means there is no way to eliminate the odor unless I’m home and scoop up the poop as soon as it’s deposited. If I’ve run out for the day, I’m sure to come home to one pungent house.

    Plus, like you, I have a carpet culprit. I think it may actually be of the canine variety as the puddles are massive. Poor 14-year-old pup can’t seem to hold it for very long these days. I’ve used Nature’s Miracle but I know it’s not doing the trick since I see the cats sniffing the formerly peed areas with interest. Would love to try this stuff!

  43. 43

    Right now, this would be awesome to sprinkle around the secondary litter box I have in my office. Kittens seem to leave the stinkiest waste :P

  44. 44

    I’d love to use some product in the hallway. Even though the litterbox is in the bathroom, I smell ‘cat’ when I open my door to my apartment.

  45. 45
    Sarah M...

    Our spare bedroom needs Odorzout – that’s where the litter box is. Fortunately, there’s no carpet, but the litter box stink alone is enough to ensure we don’t actually have guests sleep in there.

  46. 46

    My living room and dining room are the worst. I cannot wait to try this as it will be a lot less expensive then replacing the carpet. Like Rachel, I cannot invite anyone over because of the smell.

  47. 47

    The room that I need the most help with is the “cat” room. This room houses the 3 litter boxes for my 3 cats. But it seems as though neither the 2 girls or 1 boy has very good aim !They’re constantly missing the boxes and the pee is on the carpet. The “cat” room is located near 2 bedrooms, which needless to say, the odor from their accidents seems to gravitate towards ! Please, help me ! Help my cats ! Their aim might not improve, but I know the odor will with the help of these products !

  48. 48

    Well, almost my whole house needs Odorzout but the hall does the most. I’m very glad to know about the safety of the minerals used. Thanks!

  49. 49
    Sylvia Percy

    This sounds great!

  50. 50

    The sunroom and my office – they’re carpeted and get peed and pooped on all the time because they’re carpeted. no one ever goes to the bathroom on the hardwood floors in the rest of the apartment but always in the carpeted rooms. I’ve tried everything and there’s still always a faint odor left – especially in the sunroom which unfortunately also doubles as a guest room when I have people over.


  1. [...] the blog main page: Modern Cat and here’s the post where the blogger is doing an interview: Odorzout ; and here’s a pic of one of my cats, Miles.  Just [...]

Leave a Reply