Oderase is a revolutionary fragrance-free, odour erasing bathroom spray.
It uses a new technology, developed by scientists and innovators at Aqdot, a company originally spun out of the Cambridge University, to instantly eliminate bad smells.
Behind Aqdot is husband and wife team Dr Jing Zhang and Dr Roger Coulston. Having had their child and changed countless smelly nappies in the early days of their entrepreneurial journey, the innovative duo went on to develop a technology that could potentially be used to change the way bad odours are removed in our homes for the better. They believed that it would be possible to clear odours in a more caring way, without the need to use allergy-causing fragrances or propellants, to be kinder to our families and pets.
Together with the fantastic team at Aqdot, they created Oderase, a fragrance-free, non-aerosol pump spray that effectively clears bathroom odours.
The technology used in Oderase is patented. Put simply, it captures bad odour molecules. The bad odour molecules in the air are quickly attracted to the Oderase odour eliminator, which in turn captures the bad odours and erases them from the air.
Oderase is different from other air fresheners because it is so effective at erasing bad odours that it does not need to contain any masking fragrances.
Oderase is priced at £4.99 for 100ml, or £3.99 for a limited time
only. Each bottle contains up to 500 spritzes. It is currently
exclusively available in Ocado.
The product has already been endorsed by the independent testing organisations Allergy UK and the Good House Keeping Institute.