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Smelleze® Reusable Mothball Smell Deodorizer Pouch

  • Place near mothball odor and/or on air vents
  • Removes harsh smell without covering it up
  • Also rids chemical fumes from mothballs
  • Clears the air so you can breathe easier
  • Outlasts mothballs smell & works for years
  • Simply place in sun to refresh & reuse
  • Naturally safe, non-toxic & odorless
  • Works in rooms, closets, attic, garage & trunks
  • Made in USA
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Mothball Odor Problems

Mothballs are used to kill moths when storing clothing and other items in airtight storage containers. Mothballs are not intended for use outdoors, in crawl spaces, in attics, on floors or carpets, with mattresses or furniture to keep unwanted animals, rodents, pests, and snakes away. Improper use of mothballs, like any other product, can result in problems.

The Mothball Odor Solution

The Smelleze® Reusable Mothball Smell Deodorizer Pouch can be used effectively to eliminate mothball fumes resulting from improper use and for products that don't dissipate naturally and quickly. Smelleze® will remove mothball odors faster without masking them with fragrances, complement existing ventilation systems, and create a safer environment.

It's No Cover-up

The Smelleze® Reusable Mothball Smell Deodorizer Pouch is a natural deodorizer that can be used to eliminate unpleasant mothball smells instead of merely masking them with fragrances. Smelleze® is negatively charged whereas mothball odors ride on positively charged particles. As a result, Smelleze® draws in mothball odors like a strong magnet. Thereafter, it traps, neutralizes, and encapsulates the odors without smelly cover-ups. The molecular structure of Smelleze® is made up of a lattice structure arranged to form a honeycomb framework of billions of interconnecting channels. This gives Smelleze® an enormous surface area that is larger than several football fields. The latter enables Smelleze® to absorb large amounts of mothball smell and work for months.

Environmentally Friendly

The Smelleze® Reusable Mothball Smell Deodorizer Pouch is non-toxic, safe, non-hazardous, natural, non-scented and non-caustic. It is an ideal environmentally friendly solution for eliminating mothball odors without adding pollutants to the air you breathe and improving indoor air quality. Smelleze® does not contain chemical additives and is especially beneficial for those suffering from chemical sensitivity.

Applications

Smelleze® can be effectively used to treat any area of the home with mothball odor resulting from improper use and for products that don't dissipate naturally and quickly.

Directions

For a breath of fresh air, simply remove the plastic cover, place Smelleze® pouches in the area to treated, on return air ducts or inside air ducts, and smell the difference. Use one or more pouches in a drawer, trunk or every 150 square feet. This deodorizer product will function most efficiently in air ducts with good air circulation. To obtain the best results, remove the mothballs, ventilate the area, and clean prior to treating with Smelleze®. For extra effectiveness, this product may be used in conjunction with Smelleze® General Purpose Deodorizer Granules.

DISCLAIMER: Please refer to the manufacturer's instructions for proper and safe use of their mothball repellent products. Use of Smelleze® will NOT expand the range of approved uses of mothballs by the manufacturer and render such uses safe. It only for helping to eliminate mothball odors faster due to improper use and for products that do not dissipate naturally and quickly once mothballs evaporate or are removed from the item or area. IMTEK is not associated with any mothball manufacturer.

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Mothball Odor Remover

Mothballs are used to kill moths when storing clothing and other items in air tight storage containers. Mothballs are not intended for use outdoors, in crawl spaces, in attics, on floors or carpets, with mattresses or furniture to keep unwanted animals, rodents, pests, and snakes away. Improper use of mothballs, like any other product, can result in problems.

The Smelleze® Reusable Mothball Smell Deodorizer Pouch can be used effectively to eliminate mothball fumes resulting from improper use and for products that don't dissipate naturally and quickly. Smelleze® will remove mothball odors faster without masking them with fragrances, complement existing ventilation systems, and create a safer environment.

For a breath of fresh air, simply hang one or more reusable Smelleze® pouches near the odor and place on or inside return air ducts and smell the difference. Use one pouch per drawer or for every 150 sq. ft. To rejuvenate periodically, simply place outdoors in direct sunlight for a day and reuse. Replace when rejuvenation does not help. Smelleze® can work for years so it is very cost effective.

Smelleze® is non-toxic, safe, reusable recyclable, natural, odorless, non-flammable and non-caustic. Smelleze® is an ideal environmentally friendly solution for eliminating mothball odors without adding pollutants to the air you breathe. It does not contain VOCs, harmful or ozone depleting chemicals and is especially beneficial for those suffering from allergies and chemical sensitivity. No fossil fuels are used in the production of Smelleze® odor control media.

DISCLAIMER: Please refer to the manufacturer's instructions for proper and safe use of their mothball repellent products. Use of Smelleze® will NOT expand the range of approved uses of mothballs by the manufacturer and render such uses safe. It only for helping to eliminate mothball odors faster due to improper use and for products that do not dissipate naturally and quickly once mothballs evaporate or are removed from the item or area. IMTEK is not associated with any mothball manufacturer.

Questions & Answers

Ask a Question
  • I had put a dozen or so mothballs in my car engine area after mice ate through my car wires. I have since removed the mothballs but still have a bad odor of moth balls. Will one of your products work to get rid of this odor for me??

    Yes, we have a few specialized products that could work for you to help rid the odor from mothballs. You can place Smelleze Reusable Mothball Deodorizer Pouches under the hood (when car is not in use) and inside your car to absorb and eliminate the mothball chemical odor. We also have a powder product you can use to treat the carpeting and upholstery.

  • A box of mothballs was in a plastic storage bin with velvet boxes of jewelry and had a strong odor. Also earrings on cardboard display cards. Most of the jewelry can be cleaned but I need to eliminate the box and cards of the odor for resale. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

    To get the mothball odor out of your earrings and other items that are not washable, you may place them in a platic bag or container, insert a Smelleze Reusable Mothball Smell Deodorizer Pouch, and store for a few days to allow the mothball chemicals to be drawn out of the items. Repeat, if necessary, until the odors are gone and dust powder of in the garden.

  • I recently moved to a new home and it's an older home. One room is a heavy smell of moth balls. I can't tell where it is coming from. I think it's one vent, but could be wrong. I'm trying to determine if I should order a pouch to put in the vent? Or the powder and sprinkle in the vent and some in the closet?

    I would recommend using the Smelleze Reusable Mothball Deodorizer Pouches. You can simply place it in the room as well on your return air vents (or inside the ducts) to filter the mothball odor out. The powder is best used to sprinkle on your carpeting and other surfaces to draw the odor out and vacuum afterwards. I would not use it in your vents.

  • I am renting a storage unit in the next 3 days. I live in Texas the unit is very cool - climate controlled. A Tennant used moth balls in their unit without permission. As a result the building has a strong moth ball smell. They believe they took the moth balls out.. I plan on shrink wrapping my mattresses for bugs, moisture and smells and put the stuff on pallets. How do I keep the moth ball smell which is the worst smell in the world from permeating my belongings.

    Yes, the mothball fumes could easily permeate your belongings if you don't take precautions. I would suggest placing a Smelleze Reusable Mothball Smell Absorbent Pouch with each big item/s you package together and shrinkwrap. These pouches will absorb mothball vapors and protect your belongings. Also, use a few Smelleze pouches in your storage areas above and below each pallet to further eliminate any airborne odor to protect your valuable belongings.

  • How to get rid of mothball smell from basement that is coming up thru my air vents. Have been hoarse for 4 months.

    Since the mothball odor is mainly coming from your forced air heating/cooling HVAC system, place Smelleze pouche son your return and supply air vents, inside your air ducts, and/or in front of the air return duct in your furnace. When used in this manner, the pouches will act as very efficient air purifiers to filter odors being pulled up from the basement without investing in any expensive equipment.

  • We have a box of mothballs buried in our attic insulation that we cannot get out. HELP!!!I was thinking of getting the smelleze granulers and sprinkling them into the insulation. Do you think this is the best approach or should I hang the smelleze pouches in the attic? How many pouches or what weight in pounds for the granules would be needed for a 1600 square feet house? Thanks.

    I would recommend using the pouches rather than the granules in the attic mainly because the granules might be hard to clean up. The pouches can simply be hung or placed in the attic to absorb and eliminate the mothball fumes and easily removed when the job is done. So there is no mess or fuss. Another advantage is they can be rejuvenated and reused over and over again until the problem is solved.

  • My wife purchased a Louis Vuitton purse which was stored with moth balls to protect it but it reeks bad. Would you recommend the moth ball remover granular or powder version to remove the smell? Thank you.

    In fact, I would recommend considering the Smelleze Reusable Moth Ball Odor Deodorizer Pouch for ease of use in your application. This is a self-contained product that you can simply insert directly into the purse for a week or so to draw out the mothball odors from the interior. Furthermore, you can also place the pouch with the Louis Vuitton purse in a small plastic bag or container for a few days to get the moth ball smell out from the exterior. Since this is reusable product, you can refresh it by exposure to direct sunlight for day and repeat the previously mentioned procedure until your wife's Louis Vuitton is odor-free again.

  • We shared a storage unit with a person who put moth balls in everything. Now all our stored items, from grad school notes and papers to childhood toys and books, reek of mothballs. Which of your products should we us to eliminate this toxic odour?

    I would suggest using SMELLEZE Reusable Mothball Odour Removal Pouches. Simply store 3-5 mothball contaminated items with a pouch in a plastic bag or container for about a week to allow it draw the moth ball odours out. If necessary, repeat until they stop smelling. The product will not harm the items.

  • I'm trying to get rid of the moth ball scent from my home, clothing, and some miscellaneous item need help! I don't order stuff off internet usually so I need to know where I can purchase a bag or two for my small place...or the primary effective anti-smell ingredient so I can maybe manage to make a pouch myself to try on the air-vents. This moth ball odour problem has been very frustrating for me and my mom says I must get rid of this odor from my home and clothing. Please help if you can. THANK YOU TONS!!!!!

    To control mothball odours, place Smelleze Mothball Odour Bags in rooms with the problem and on air vents. This product is ready to use so no need to do anything else. Sorry, we only sell this product direct but you can call to order on the phone at 1.888.866.6367 if you don't want to use the internet.

  • How to get rid of dreadful mothball smell in the house and on clothes

    You can use the following procedure for getting rid of the dreadful odors from moth balls: (1) You can wash the smelling clothes with ODOREZE Natural Clothing Odor Cleaner. Just add to your regular detergent. For smellier items, you can also presoak the clothes in ODOREZE overnight and then wash. (2) Place a SMELLEZE Reusable Mothball Smell Blocker Bag in each room with the fumes. You can also place on return air ducts if you have a HVAC system available to filter out the whole house air.

  • I took the advice of neighbors to put moth balls in my crawl space to keep mice from getting into my duct work. We now know, after almost killing my wife, that moth balls are toxic and are not meant to be used in that way. I removed the moth balls and aired out the house 2 or 3 days in a row. I have a 1,500 sq. ft. house and it still reeks of moth balls. I found your product - the reusable pouch and need to know how many I need. Am I able to keep reusing the same ones until the smell is gone?

    I'm sorry to hear about your problem. I would recommend using 1 SMELLEZE Reusable Mothball Deodorizer Pouch for every 150 square feet or average sized room. This product can be reused for over a year with weekly rejuvenation in sunlight or microwave so it should outlast your problem. In addition to using the pouch indoors, consider sprinkling SMELLEZE Eco Mothball Deodorizer Granules in the crawl space area that you distributed the moth balls. This will stop any further vapors entering your home thus solving the problem quicker.

  • How do I get the bad smell of mothballs out of my little portable refrigerator naturally?

    I would recommend placing a SMELLEZE Reusable Mothball Fumes Deodorizer Pouch in your fridge for about a week to let it remove the odors. If they are not all destroyed, repeat this procedure. The product is reusable for years so it will outlast the problem.

  • How much product do I need to order? My house smells like mothballs. It is coming from the attic. We have collected all of the moth balls that we can but it still stinks. Thanks

    The mothball chemicals that were absorbed in your home will continue to degas although you have removed the moth balls. To stop this odor, I would recommend using 1 pouch/150 sq. ft. You can simply hang them in the attic and just place them on shelves or tables in your home. If you have a heating system that recirculates air, you can also place the pouches on the cold air return ducts so that the air can be continuously filtered as it recirculates.

  • Description

    Mothball Odor Problems

    Mothballs are used to kill moths when storing clothing and other items in airtight storage containers. Mothballs are not intended for use outdoors, in crawl spaces, in attics, on floors or carpets, with mattresses or furniture to keep unwanted animals, rodents, pests, and snakes away. Improper use of mothballs, like any other product, can result in problems.

    The Mothball Odor Solution

    The Smelleze® Reusable Mothball Smell Deodorizer Pouch can be used effectively to eliminate mothball fumes resulting from improper use and for products that don't dissipate naturally and quickly. Smelleze® will remove mothball odors faster without masking them with fragrances, complement existing ventilation systems, and create a safer environment.

    It's No Cover-up

    The Smelleze® Reusable Mothball Smell Deodorizer Pouch is a natural deodorizer that can be used to eliminate unpleasant mothball smells instead of merely masking them with fragrances. Smelleze® is negatively charged whereas mothball odors ride on positively charged particles. As a result, Smelleze® draws in mothball odors like a strong magnet. Thereafter, it traps, neutralizes, and encapsulates the odors without smelly cover-ups. The molecular structure of Smelleze® is made up of a lattice structure arranged to form a honeycomb framework of billions of interconnecting channels. This gives Smelleze® an enormous surface area that is larger than several football fields. The latter enables Smelleze® to absorb large amounts of mothball smell and work for months.

    Environmentally Friendly

    The Smelleze® Reusable Mothball Smell Deodorizer Pouch is non-toxic, safe, non-hazardous, natural, non-scented and non-caustic. It is an ideal environmentally friendly solution for eliminating mothball odors without adding pollutants to the air you breathe and improving indoor air quality. Smelleze® does not contain chemical additives and is especially beneficial for those suffering from chemical sensitivity.

    Applications

    Smelleze® can be effectively used to treat any area of the home with mothball odor resulting from improper use and for products that don't dissipate naturally and quickly.

    Directions

    For a breath of fresh air, simply remove the plastic cover, place Smelleze® pouches in the area to treated, on return air ducts or inside air ducts, and smell the difference. Use one or more pouches in a drawer, trunk or every 150 square feet. This deodorizer product will function most efficiently in air ducts with good air circulation. To obtain the best results, remove the mothballs, ventilate the area, and clean prior to treating with Smelleze®. For extra effectiveness, this product may be used in conjunction with Smelleze® General Purpose Deodorizer Granules.

    DISCLAIMER: Please refer to the manufacturer's instructions for proper and safe use of their mothball repellent products. Use of Smelleze® will NOT expand the range of approved uses of mothballs by the manufacturer and render such uses safe. It only for helping to eliminate mothball odors faster due to improper use and for products that do not dissipate naturally and quickly once mothballs evaporate or are removed from the item or area. IMTEK is not associated with any mothball manufacturer.

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    Mothball Odor Remover

    Mothballs are used to kill moths when storing clothing and other items in air tight storage containers. Mothballs are not intended for use outdoors, in crawl spaces, in attics, on floors or carpets, with mattresses or furniture to keep unwanted animals, rodents, pests, and snakes away. Improper use of mothballs, like any other product, can result in problems.

    The Smelleze® Reusable Mothball Smell Deodorizer Pouch can be used effectively to eliminate mothball fumes resulting from improper use and for products that don't dissipate naturally and quickly. Smelleze® will remove mothball odors faster without masking them with fragrances, complement existing ventilation systems, and create a safer environment.

    For a breath of fresh air, simply hang one or more reusable Smelleze® pouches near the odor and place on or inside return air ducts and smell the difference. Use one pouch per drawer or for every 150 sq. ft. To rejuvenate periodically, simply place outdoors in direct sunlight for a day and reuse. Replace when rejuvenation does not help. Smelleze® can work for years so it is very cost effective.

    Smelleze® is non-toxic, safe, reusable recyclable, natural, odorless, non-flammable and non-caustic. Smelleze® is an ideal environmentally friendly solution for eliminating mothball odors without adding pollutants to the air you breathe. It does not contain VOCs, harmful or ozone depleting chemicals and is especially beneficial for those suffering from allergies and chemical sensitivity. No fossil fuels are used in the production of Smelleze® odor control media.

    DISCLAIMER: Please refer to the manufacturer's instructions for proper and safe use of their mothball repellent products. Use of Smelleze® will NOT expand the range of approved uses of mothballs by the manufacturer and render such uses safe. It only for helping to eliminate mothball odors faster due to improper use and for products that do not dissipate naturally and quickly once mothballs evaporate or are removed from the item or area. IMTEK is not associated with any mothball manufacturer.

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    Ask a Question
    • I had put a dozen or so mothballs in my car engine area after mice ate through my car wires. I have since removed the mothballs but still have a bad odor of moth balls. Will one of your products work to get rid of this odor for me??

      Yes, we have a few specialized products that could work for you to help rid the odor from mothballs. You can place Smelleze Reusable Mothball Deodorizer Pouches under the hood (when car is not in use) and inside your car to absorb and eliminate the mothball chemical odor. We also have a powder product you can use to treat the carpeting and upholstery.

    • A box of mothballs was in a plastic storage bin with velvet boxes of jewelry and had a strong odor. Also earrings on cardboard display cards. Most of the jewelry can be cleaned but I need to eliminate the box and cards of the odor for resale. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

      To get the mothball odor out of your earrings and other items that are not washable, you may place them in a platic bag or container, insert a Smelleze Reusable Mothball Smell Deodorizer Pouch, and store for a few days to allow the mothball chemicals to be drawn out of the items. Repeat, if necessary, until the odors are gone and dust powder of in the garden.

    • I recently moved to a new home and it's an older home. One room is a heavy smell of moth balls. I can't tell where it is coming from. I think it's one vent, but could be wrong. I'm trying to determine if I should order a pouch to put in the vent? Or the powder and sprinkle in the vent and some in the closet?

      I would recommend using the Smelleze Reusable Mothball Deodorizer Pouches. You can simply place it in the room as well on your return air vents (or inside the ducts) to filter the mothball odor out. The powder is best used to sprinkle on your carpeting and other surfaces to draw the odor out and vacuum afterwards. I would not use it in your vents.

    • I am renting a storage unit in the next 3 days. I live in Texas the unit is very cool - climate controlled. A Tennant used moth balls in their unit without permission. As a result the building has a strong moth ball smell. They believe they took the moth balls out.. I plan on shrink wrapping my mattresses for bugs, moisture and smells and put the stuff on pallets. How do I keep the moth ball smell which is the worst smell in the world from permeating my belongings.

      Yes, the mothball fumes could easily permeate your belongings if you don't take precautions. I would suggest placing a Smelleze Reusable Mothball Smell Absorbent Pouch with each big item/s you package together and shrinkwrap. These pouches will absorb mothball vapors and protect your belongings. Also, use a few Smelleze pouches in your storage areas above and below each pallet to further eliminate any airborne odor to protect your valuable belongings.

    • How to get rid of mothball smell from basement that is coming up thru my air vents. Have been hoarse for 4 months.

      Since the mothball odor is mainly coming from your forced air heating/cooling HVAC system, place Smelleze pouche son your return and supply air vents, inside your air ducts, and/or in front of the air return duct in your furnace. When used in this manner, the pouches will act as very efficient air purifiers to filter odors being pulled up from the basement without investing in any expensive equipment.

    • We have a box of mothballs buried in our attic insulation that we cannot get out. HELP!!!I was thinking of getting the smelleze granulers and sprinkling them into the insulation. Do you think this is the best approach or should I hang the smelleze pouches in the attic? How many pouches or what weight in pounds for the granules would be needed for a 1600 square feet house? Thanks.

      I would recommend using the pouches rather than the granules in the attic mainly because the granules might be hard to clean up. The pouches can simply be hung or placed in the attic to absorb and eliminate the mothball fumes and easily removed when the job is done. So there is no mess or fuss. Another advantage is they can be rejuvenated and reused over and over again until the problem is solved.

    • My wife purchased a Louis Vuitton purse which was stored with moth balls to protect it but it reeks bad. Would you recommend the moth ball remover granular or powder version to remove the smell? Thank you.

      In fact, I would recommend considering the Smelleze Reusable Moth Ball Odor Deodorizer Pouch for ease of use in your application. This is a self-contained product that you can simply insert directly into the purse for a week or so to draw out the mothball odors from the interior. Furthermore, you can also place the pouch with the Louis Vuitton purse in a small plastic bag or container for a few days to get the moth ball smell out from the exterior. Since this is reusable product, you can refresh it by exposure to direct sunlight for day and repeat the previously mentioned procedure until your wife's Louis Vuitton is odor-free again.

    • We shared a storage unit with a person who put moth balls in everything. Now all our stored items, from grad school notes and papers to childhood toys and books, reek of mothballs. Which of your products should we us to eliminate this toxic odour?

      I would suggest using SMELLEZE Reusable Mothball Odour Removal Pouches. Simply store 3-5 mothball contaminated items with a pouch in a plastic bag or container for about a week to allow it draw the moth ball odours out. If necessary, repeat until they stop smelling. The product will not harm the items.

    • I'm trying to get rid of the moth ball scent from my home, clothing, and some miscellaneous item need help! I don't order stuff off internet usually so I need to know where I can purchase a bag or two for my small place...or the primary effective anti-smell ingredient so I can maybe manage to make a pouch myself to try on the air-vents. This moth ball odour problem has been very frustrating for me and my mom says I must get rid of this odor from my home and clothing. Please help if you can. THANK YOU TONS!!!!!

      To control mothball odours, place Smelleze Mothball Odour Bags in rooms with the problem and on air vents. This product is ready to use so no need to do anything else. Sorry, we only sell this product direct but you can call to order on the phone at 1.888.866.6367 if you don't want to use the internet.

    • How to get rid of dreadful mothball smell in the house and on clothes

      You can use the following procedure for getting rid of the dreadful odors from moth balls: (1) You can wash the smelling clothes with ODOREZE Natural Clothing Odor Cleaner. Just add to your regular detergent. For smellier items, you can also presoak the clothes in ODOREZE overnight and then wash. (2) Place a SMELLEZE Reusable Mothball Smell Blocker Bag in each room with the fumes. You can also place on return air ducts if you have a HVAC system available to filter out the whole house air.

    • I took the advice of neighbors to put moth balls in my crawl space to keep mice from getting into my duct work. We now know, after almost killing my wife, that moth balls are toxic and are not meant to be used in that way. I removed the moth balls and aired out the house 2 or 3 days in a row. I have a 1,500 sq. ft. house and it still reeks of moth balls. I found your product - the reusable pouch and need to know how many I need. Am I able to keep reusing the same ones until the smell is gone?

      I'm sorry to hear about your problem. I would recommend using 1 SMELLEZE Reusable Mothball Deodorizer Pouch for every 150 square feet or average sized room. This product can be reused for over a year with weekly rejuvenation in sunlight or microwave so it should outlast your problem. In addition to using the pouch indoors, consider sprinkling SMELLEZE Eco Mothball Deodorizer Granules in the crawl space area that you distributed the moth balls. This will stop any further vapors entering your home thus solving the problem quicker.

    • How do I get the bad smell of mothballs out of my little portable refrigerator naturally?

      I would recommend placing a SMELLEZE Reusable Mothball Fumes Deodorizer Pouch in your fridge for about a week to let it remove the odors. If they are not all destroyed, repeat this procedure. The product is reusable for years so it will outlast the problem.

    • How much product do I need to order? My house smells like mothballs. It is coming from the attic. We have collected all of the moth balls that we can but it still stinks. Thanks

      The mothball chemicals that were absorbed in your home will continue to degas although you have removed the moth balls. To stop this odor, I would recommend using 1 pouch/150 sq. ft. You can simply hang them in the attic and just place them on shelves or tables in your home. If you have a heating system that recirculates air, you can also place the pouches on the cold air return ducts so that the air can be continuously filtered as it recirculates.

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