Mop/Wash Down Dilution Rate: Variable range ½ oz to 4 ounces concentrated BON
per gallon of water.
Spray Dilution Rate & Wick Dilution Rate: Variable
range 1 to 1, 2 to 1, or 3 parts water to 1 part concentrated BON depending upon
severity of odor.
Humidifier/Fog Dilution Rate: Variable range from full
strength to 150 parts water to 1 part concentrated BON.
Wet Mop All Floors - see Wet Mop/Wash Down Dilution Rate Above
Offices, Reception and Administrative Areas – see Spray Dilution Rate
Spray carpet after vacuum cleaning, shampoo cleaning, spin
bonnet buffing; onto seating fabrics and window drapes; spray into air condition
Dining Areas – see Spray Dilution Rate
Spray onto window drapes; into air condition vent; onto
carpet after vacuum cleaning, shampoo cleaning, or spin-bonnet buffing.
Rest Rooms – see Spray Dilution Rate
Spray and wipe vanity surfaces; spray on floor in front of
toilet bowl and/or urinal; into floor drain vent; into air condition vent.
Kitchen – see Spray Dilution Rate
Spray trash containers and dumpsters; into air cleaner
exhaust cooking units; spray onto food preparation surface and rinse with water;
into air conditioner and floor drain vents; into refrigerator after cleaning.
Plant Room, Basement Areas, Laundry – see Spray Dilution Rate
Spray trash compactors and dumpster, into air conditioner
vent, into the dryer cycle during laundry operations. Fog waster water
sumps and drains (see Fog dilution rate above).
Wick: Place in an airflow
Humidifier / Fogger: Position to take advantage of
mechanical air systems (A/C) for best possible product distribution, such as
return air register intake.
BON Guide for
Spray Dilution Rate:
There is a variable range for dilution depending upon the
severity of mal-odor. The variable range is 1 to 1 part, 1 to 2 parts, or
1 to 3 parts water. This rate is for BON Concentrate.
Fog Dilution Rate:
The variable range is 2 oz. to 4 oz. BON per gallon of
water depending on severity of mal-odor.
Shampoo and/or Rinse Solution:
The variable range is ½ oz. to 4 oz. BON per gallon of
water or cleaning solution.
surface of carpet through a pump spray using spray dilution rate suggested
above, then proceed to clean carpets in normal fashion adding BON
concentrate to the shampoo and/or rinse solution (see above).
the event of residual mal-odor, fog BON concentrate using fog dilution rate
suggested above, through a cold aerosol type portable fogger.
residual mal-odor be present, locate urine spotted areas and make topical
application of BON concentrating using the spray dilution rate suggested
To increase profit by saving labor costs and to determine
the most economical dilution rate for BON concentrate without extending the
drying time, we recommend the above sequence, however, if mal-odor is not
indicated by a close inspection of a suspect wet spot after step 1, omit step 2.
In many cases it will not be necessary to lift the carpet
and treat the under padding and/or sub flooring. Before expending this
labor, dampen odor spot area with BON concentrate and using a sponge, work the
product into the carpet. An alternative is to inject with a syringe.
BON concentrate will not damage the ionic properties of
carpets. With natural fiber oriental rugs, test with BON concentrate on a
small, unnoticeable section, and if the result is satisfactory, proceed with the
cleaning process. We recommend that only professionals trained in cleaning
oriental carpets attempt to use BON concentrate. In many cases, it is
possible through BON use to restore an odor-polluted rug to its potential market
Change the air condition filter and spray the air condition
intake with BON concentrate.
BON Guide For Home
Ostomy Patients: Put 1 teaspoon of BON inside pouch after emptying. Spray into the air as
the bedpan before and after each use.
Clean-up solids and liquids then spray BON
directly onto the surfaces.
linen, bed throw covers, mattress cover and curtains.
Spritz BON onto curtains and/or carpet. Make a wick by stuffing
cotton/tissue in a paper cup, then saturate with BON. BON also neutralizes
underside of toilet seats and floor in front of toilet units. Spray vanity
surfaces. Use ½ oz. BON concentrate per gallon of wet mop rinse solution.
(For best residual effect, do not spray onto surfaces that are water flushed.)
urine (human or pet), saturate the carpet and pad with full strength BON
concentrate. If the odor is acute, clean thoroughly using a non-perfumed
carpet cleaner. Add BON concentrate to final rinse ½ - 2 oz. per gallon
(depending on severity of the odor). For minor problems, spritz BON
concentrate directly onto the carpet.
½ oz. BON concentrate per gallon of wet mop solution.
into drying cycle to remove any residual odors in bed linens, towels, clothing,
Systems/Humidifiers: Spritz into intake or return filter to neutralize odor throughout the
system or place a one-gallon wick behind the intake grill or use a humidifier to
dispense BON (undiluted to 1 part BON with 30 parts water).
your pet has an odor problem, use BON for safe odor elimination. BON is
non-toxic and complete safe for pets and people.
BON can be safely sprayed directly onto the pet (avoid the eyes). BON even
controls estrus odors.
Pet Sleep Area: Spritz cushions and pads with BON. For carpets and hard floors- see above.
Spray five or six puffs of BON directly onto the kitty litter daily.
Spray inside of cages after cleaning, use 2 oz. BON concentrate per gallon of
BON Guidelines for Pet Care
If your pet has an odor problem, use BON for safe odor elimination.
BON is non-toxic, and completely safe for pets and people. BON even
neutralizes skunk odors instantly!
take care of odor problems such as parvo, expressing anal glands, and “bitch
cycles”; spray into the air or directly onto the coat of the animal where the
odor is originating. (Do not spray into the eyes.)
with non-perfumed shampoo or rinse water (2 oz. per gallon of water).
Spritz the animal with BON after dipping. One or two puffs will do.
Spray five or six puffs of BON directly onto the kitty litter daily.
Spray inside of cages after cleaning. Use 2 oz. of BON per gallon
of cleaning solution. Spray BON full strength to lower section of timber
posts and wood floors. Fog BON as needed when animals are out.
2 oz. of BON per gallon of mop water, after four days, reduce to ½ oz per
(human or pets), saturate the carpet and pad in the immediate area with full
strength BON concentrate. If odor is acute, clean thoroughly using a
non-perfumed carpet cleaner. Add BON concentrate to final rinse ½ to 2
oz. per gallon (depending upon the severity of the odor). For minor
problems, spritz BON concentrate directly on the carpet.
Cut the top
from a one-gallon jug of BON. Insert a roll of paper towels and saturate
Spray several puffs of BON onto the filter or intake daily. If
convenient, place a wick near the intake.
Special BON Tip:
Use a humidifier to dispense BON (charge rate 1
concentrated BON to 30 parts water).
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