ONA Block – Small Size, Large Performance
The ONA block is a small quiet workhorse when it comes to odour control. It can be put anywhere and forgotten until the odour returns. A small wax block packed with 32 essential oils that are released in a timely manner neutralising and destroying any airborne odours.
Whether you put it in your gym bag, entrance closet or under your car seat, it will neutralise the strongest odours without being noticed.
The ONA Block is an odour neutraliser in solid wax form. It is a complex formula of essential oils – industrial strength yet safe for home and business, and can be used around people pets and plants.
ONA blocks are ideal for pet smells around dog baskets, litter trays and toilets. Cars, boats and motor homes are suitable for Blocks especially when they have been in storage and subject to dampness or mustiness! The ONA block will release its powerful odour neutralising agent and keep the location free from undesirable odours.
ONA Blocks can also be used to neutralise odours in your ventilation system when used in conjunction with our odour control ducts
ONA blocks are a fast and easy way to fight against odours at their source in small sized areas. Simply open and expose to the air or remove the block from its container. The lifetime of the ONA block will vary but it will be effective for about 4 weeks relative to the airflow and environment around the block. To limit the amount of odour control and extend the life of the block, drill holes through the lid making it excellent for clothing storage, gym bags and diaper pails.
How to Use ONA Block Efficiently
All you need to do is remove the lid and expose the wax block, because the block is solid you do not need to worry about knocking it over and can be left wherever you want to neutralise odours. If you need to increase the exposure of the ONA then you can remove the wax block from the plastic casing, or to increase the surface area further still you can grate some of the wax block into a bowl.
If you need to decrease the exposure of the wax block then small holes can be drilled into the lid to regulate the amount of air contact and ultimately dispersion of product.