About our Product

  1. How is Vamoose different than Febreze, Oust, Lysol and other are deodorizing products?
  2. Does it leave any form of residue on treated items?
  3. Are there any fabrics Vamoose is NOT recommended for?
  4. How will I know it's working?
  5. A strange odor occurs when I spray it on nicotine-affected items. Why is that happening?
  6. How much product do I need to get the smoke smell out of my car?
  7. Can Vamoose be used on fabrics?
  8. Can you use it on leather?
  9. Can I use it in a hotel room or rented vehicle?
  10. What if I'm not satisfied with the results?

Home & Vehicle Usage Chart

  1. How much product may be required to treat a house or apartment?
  2. How much product is needed to treat a car or other type of vehicle?

 



About our Product

Question: How is Vamoose different than Febreze, Oust, Lysol and other are deodorizing products?
Answer:

Vamoose has the ability to instantly convert the gaseous molecules (the odor) into non-volatile, inert salts that are non-odorous. It also dissolves on contact the tar residue (source of odor) without causing damage to fabrics, hard surfaces, carpet, wood, leather and other materials. No other product has this ability.

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Question: Does it leave any form of residue on treated items?
Answer:

A sticky or tacky residue can result when larger quantities of the product are used or when other cleaning products were used prior to the Vamoose application, which prevents it from drying completely. Vamoose is water-soluble and wipes off easily using a warm damp towel. It is very important to allow 24 hours before attempting any follow-up cleaning.

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Question: Are there any fabrics Vamoose is NOT recommended for?
Answer:

No, but we recommend testing an inconspicuous area before using.

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Question: How will I know it's working?
Answer:

One way is that the cigarette or tobacco odor will disappear. Also, one may detect an odor, which is created by the product dissolving the tar residue...we call this the "conversion" odor. The intensity of this conversion odor is proportionate to the challenge level of the tar deposits...the more tar, the stronger the odor. This conversion odor does dissipate fairly quickly and is evidence that the product is working correctly. 

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Question: A strange odor occurs when I spray it on nicotine-affected items. Why is that happening?
Answer:

When this product comes into contact with the latent tar residue, it immediately starts dissolving it, creating an odor that is referred to as the "conversion" odor. The intensity and actual odor is proportionate to the challenge of tar residue that is being converted and has been described as a vinegar-like to a stronger sulfur-like smell. This "conversion" odor does dissipate fairly quickly. 

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Question: How much product do I need to get the smoke smell out of my car?
Answer:

Because of the differences in the size of vehicles and the contamination factor, we recommend using the Usage Guide provided on the Vamoose Products website.

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Question: Can Vamoose be used on fabrics?
Answer:

 

Vamoose was originally designed for use on fabrics. We recommend Fresh Scent or Fragrance Free for applications involving various types of fabrics.

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Question: Can you use it on leather?
Answer:

 

Yes, Vamoose is safe and effective at eliminating the smell of cigarette and tobacco from leather. We recommend Leather Scent ; it leaves a very nice leather fragrance after the product has been applied.

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Question: Can I use it in a hotel room or rented vehicle?
Answer:

We sell the product to both industries. Also, we have testimonials from individuals who use Vamoose when staying in hotels or renting cars. 

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Question: What if I'm not satisfied with the results?
Answer:

Call us at (800) 681-4566 and let us help you get the desired results. Then, if you’re still not satisfied, we have a 30-day Money Back Guarantee (shipping cost not included).

 

There is a Limited Money Back Guarantee on Home Treatment Kits and multiple quantity purchases, please contact Customer Service for details.

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Home & Vehicle Usage Chart

Question: How much product may be required to treat a house or apartment?
Answer:

Usage Guide for Treating a House or Apartment

 
House or Apartment
Smoke Smell
Smoke Smell
Smoke Smell
per total sqft.
Light
Medium
Heavy
(includes A/C)
(includes A/C)
(includes A/C)
500'
2/32oz
3/32oz
Gal.
1000'
2 to 3/32oz
3/32 oz.
Gal. & 32oz
1500'
Gal.
Gal. & 32oz
Gal. & 2/32oz.
2000'
Gal. & 32oz
Gal. & 2/32oz.
2 Gal.
2500'
Gal. & 2/32oz
Gal. & 3/32oz
2 Gal. & 2/32oz
3000'
Gal. & 3/32oz
2 Gal. & 32oz
2 Gal. & 3/32oz
3500'
2 Gal.
2 Gal. & 32oz
2 Gal. & 3/32oz.
A/C (Based on total sqft.)
15 oz./1K sqft
20 oz/1K sqft.
25 oz/1k sqft.
Recommendation: Use of a mini-fogger when treating 1000 square feet or more.

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Question: How much product is needed to treat a car or other type of vehicle?
Answer:

Usage Guide for a Vehicle

 
Vehicle
Number of
Smoke Smell
Smoke Smell
Smoke Smell
Type
Passengers
Light
Moderate
Heavy
(ounces)
(ounces)
(ounces)
Compact
2 to 4
15 to 20
20 to 30
32 to 40
Sedan
4 to 6
15 to 24
20 to 32
32 to 45
SUV
4 to 6
24 to 32
28 to 40
36 to 48
SUV
6 to 8
32 to 40
36 to 48
40 to 64
Van
6 to 8
32 to 40
36 to 48
40 to 64
Truck
3
15 to 24
20 to 32
32 to 45
Truck
4 to 6
24 to 32
28 to 40
36 to 48
A/C
(add)
4 to 6
6 to 10
10 to16
Recommendations: Use
Fragrance Free except on seats, use Leather Scent for leather seats
and use
New Car Scent for fabric seats.

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