The ONA Blocks are powerful, yet safe and eco-friendly solution to unwanted odors. It’s designed to be used in a variety of settings, from homes and offices to commercial facilities and industrial spaces.
The ONA Block works by neutralizing odors rather than just masking them, which makes it a more effective and longer-lasting solution. It contains essential oils and natural ingredients that work together to break down and eliminate unwanted odors, leaving behind a fresh and clean scent.
One of the key benefits of the ONA Block is its versatility. It can be used in a wide range of applications, including hydroponic gardens, grow tents, and indoor gardening setups. It’s also great for use in bathrooms, kitchens, and other areas where unpleasant odors can be a problem.
The ONA Block is easy to use and requires no special equipment or maintenance. Simply place it in the area where odors are present, and let it do its job. It’s available in a variety of scents, including Fresh Linen, Polar Crystal, and Pro.
In addition to being effective at neutralizing odors, the ONA Block is also safe and eco-friendly. It’s made with natural ingredients and essential oils, and contains no harsh chemicals or artificial fragrances. It’s also non-toxic and safe for use around people and pets.
Overall, the ONA Block is a powerful and versatile solution to unwanted odors. Whether you’re looking to freshen up your hydroponic garden or eliminate unpleasant odors the ONA Block is a great choice.
How to Use ONA Block Efficiently
ONA Blocks are our most popular product for use in small enclosed areas.
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.