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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-11-2006, 05:29 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone use "Smellin Good" by Super Pet? I use it, but not often.I have the baby powder kind and usually give my rats a little spritz before going to the vet...

I actually use it mainly for room spray tho.My animal room has the strong mousey odor and so I often use that and spray it in the air...it works for a little bit...

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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-12-2006, 09:58 PM
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Is that like..the cool cucumber thing?
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Is that like..the cool cucumber thing?
What is that?




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so does it work well as an air freshener for your pet room?
id like to use it if it does. becuase i am parinoid to use scented candles, incense, or room deodorizer around the bunnies


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so does it work well as an air freshener for your pet room?
id like to use it if it does. becuase i am parinoid to use scented candles, incense, or room deodorizer around the bunnies
Sadly no...it doesn't work as a good "air freshner".Thats the reason I spray it in the air tho...because it is safe for small animals unlike these air freshners!




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Hmm... I have this issue, too. I've tried a few things, including an air purifier that doesn't do too much. I've had to resort to pet-safe candles. Doesn't Febreeze make an animal safe air deodorizer? If it comes to spraying the room, I cover all my cages then leave them covered for about 30 minutes after I get done quickly spritzing the room, avoiding the animal areas. I've done that without any adverse affects.

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febreeze is just dog/cat safe


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Ah I thought so. They really need to make some rodent/bird safe sprays. Although I guess it may not be as strong, thus not work as well.

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true! and plus it wouldnt sell nearly as good, so dont count on it. i REALLY wish i could have some sort of smell good around the critters. they are in my bed room, and i am afraid to use scented candles, incense, plug in air fresheners, spray fresheners, and those kind that just sit out. actually i dont even spray body spray or purfume on in the bed room because of them. i mean, me doing all of this may be un-necissary but better safe than sorry


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Yep, better to be safe then sorry! I never use air freshners in the animal room.If it is not made for small animals, it does not get to go into my animal room!




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I use a Glade Infusions Refresing Springs, I think they test on animals but I never bought it. And I use Airwick too. But then again I do not have so many animals that if I sprayed a small sprittz, it still would not get into cages or near enough them to hurt them.

The Glade one lasts a bit longer than AirWick Spray, but the AirWick plugins with the Cherry Blossom scent lasts a good long time and takes most animal smell away and you can choose how strong you want it to be.

But for animals themselves, I dont have one yet, I will probally get the kind @ Pet city as it was the nicest scent I have smelled. I think you had one Lis.

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What is that?
Oh there's this stuff thats like an animal deoderizer and there's a powder version for a bath, they only have two scent, cool cucumber and watermelon.
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