Odor control formulation based on orthodichlorobenzene for deodorizing sewage, grease and waste as odor sources. Odordichlorozene can be used to deodorize and clean greased clogged septic tanks, grease traps, cesspools and drain fields. It attacks and destroys foul odor. Regular preventative use will end clogged lines and overflowing cesspools. Can be used for desludging bilge pumps, chemical toilets and privies. Will not destroy bacteria in septic system if used according to directions. A broad spectrum deodorizer for use on all types of odors.

Technical Information

Appearance: Clear Liquid Solubility: Insoluble But Emulsifiable
Density: 6.53 Lbs./Gal. pH Level: NA
Odor: Mild Cherry Solvent Stability: Stable
Flash Point: 150oF


Grease Traps: Pour in concentrated Odordichlorozene and work grease until all is dissolved.

Sewers: Pour concentrate into sewer and allow to soften grease before flushing.

Cesspools and Septic Tanks: Use 1 gallon of concentrate for each 500-gallon capacity of the system.

Garbage Trucks: Concentrate can be diluted up to 50 to 1 with water and sprayed over the truck body and scrubbed clean. If deodorization of the garbage in the truck is desired, spray directly onto the garbage. Concentrate can be applied by dripping onto waste or influent as in waste compactors, waste ponds, manure pits, waste lagoons, lift stations or sewage treatment plants.

Material Safety

Odordichlorozene acts as a solvent for paints, rubber, tile etc. and should be kept off of these materials when concentrated. Contains hydrocarbon solvents and orthodichlorobenzene. Avoid contact with eyes, skin and breathing of vapors. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. For contact with eyes, flush with water for 15 minutes and seek medical attention. If swallowed drink two glass of water and induce vomiting. Seek immediate medical attention. After vomiting, give water, milk or solution of sodium bichromate in water (1 teaspoon per quart). Do not give anything to an unconscious or convulsing person. Caution, contains heavy aromatic naphtha.

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