ClO₂ gas is NON-staining-corrosive-hypoallergenic-masking, leaves no odor behind. Just  a fresh, clean scent.

Marvelzap odor eliminators without chemical residue, will not cause harm to person or pets.

Marvelzap  is the safest odor eliminator.

It doesn’t harm leather.

Following these instructions, you can safely and effectively remove odor from your car.


Chlorine dioxide the "Eco Friendly" product

Marvelzap "Eco Friendly" product line leave no toxic residue and  form leaves no toxic by-products as you are cleaning. Marvelzap products  are definitely"Eco Friendly" all-purpose sanitizers in addition of the odor eliminating and disinfection capabilities. Most disinfectants are carry health risk – not Marvelzap! With ph of 8.5 level can be used throughout in homes even for everyday cleaning that will not store any health risks for your indoor living.

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There are half a dozen great reasons why choosing Multi is a good decision for you and your family.

    1. High degree of efficacy. Many cleansers can kill mold, but not that many can also kill the spores. MULTI knocks out the spores too!

    1. Very low toxicity. The EPA rates all disinfectants and assigns them a score in each of 4 categories of toxicity: Toxic to skin, toxic to eyes, toxicity if inhaled and toxicity if ingested (eaten or drank). SNiPER receives the lowest toxicity rating that the EPA hands out in ALL FOUR categories. You can apply SNiPER without needing to wear gear to protect you from the disinfectant.

    1. Non-corrosive product. Because of its non-corrosive nature, you can put MULTI into your favorite fogger to make application a breeze! Quick and easy application is the third big reason to use MULTI for any kind of disinfection. It also means you can apply MULTI and walk away – you don’t need to come back later and wipe toxic residues away.

    1. Ease of application. MULTI can be applied using a hand pump sprayer, a pump-up garden style sprayer, a fogger (either ULV or electrostatic). You will not need to wear special gear to apply this product.

    1. Hypo-allergenic. MULTI is unlikely to trigger any allergic response from people suffering from asthma or other allergies.

  1. Many odors are associated with mold, mildew and the like. SNiPER will eliminate odors at the same time it disinfects.


Marvelzap MULTI is Formulated for Use in All Kinds
of HVAC Components and Air Ducts Including:

  • Furnaces,
  • Air Handlers,
  • Packaged units including Rooftops and Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner (PTAC) units,
  • Fan coil units,
  • Air distribution components such as air handlers, mixing boxes, transfer boxes, transitions, and turning vanes, dampers, fans and fan housings, and associated components
  • Condensate drain pans,
  • Unlined sheet metal ducts,
  • Air supply and return ducts and plenums fabricated with plywood, OSB or other wood like material
  • Flexible air ducts fabricated of metal or plastic,
  • Humidifiers,
  • Dehumidifiers; both Desiccant and Refrigerated,
  • Registers, Grills and other air intake and discharge devices

Follow the directions below for the specific type of duct or component being treated. It is vital that the following directions be carefully read and understood prior to using the Product. If you have any questions, need further information, require clarification, or do not understand any of the directions, contact us:


Remove Canine Parvovirus with MULTI Disinfectant and Odor Eliminator

It is a heartbreaking thing to lose a new puppy to parvo. This virus is a terrible thing not only because of the initial trauma, but because it is very difficult to kill and if you don’t get rid of it, you may well condemn the next puppy you bring home too. It’s awful. SNiPER has been lab tested to kill this virus and is a good solution to this problem. You can use SNiPER to get rid of canine parvovirus in your home, outside your home, in kennels. And because SNiPER is friendly to the environment in your home, you can feel safe.

What You’ll Need

  • Adjustable Nozzle Spray Bottle of SNiPER®, or some kind of power sprayer
  • Clean, Absorbent Cloths
  • Bucket of water and sponges
  • Vacuum and Broom
  • Gloves

Removing Cat Pee Odor from Hard Surfaces

Older cats and younger cats may have accidents near the litterbox.  You can simply wipe up the puddle and spray directly on that area – and then walk away, allow it to air dry for maximum effect.  Hard surfaces are easy!  It’s the soft ones such as carpet and upholstered furniture that are more difficult, because it can be difficult to get at all of the source.

Removing Cat Pee Odor from Carpet

The number one rule for getting MULTI to work well is direct contact with the source of the odor. As an oxidizer, MULTI is literally unable to do what it does without that direct contact. If you are lucky enough to find a small, fresh puddle that has not yet sunk through the fibers to the floor under your carpet, get an old towel and carefully blot as much as you can. Try to absorb it into the towel rather than pushing the cat pee deeper into your carpet. Spray the area with MULTI and use your fingers to try and work it down into the fibers a bit; again, you are trying to get MULTI to go to the same places the cat pee went, in order to make contact with all of the cat pee.If you are dealing with a situation in which cats have peed repeatedly on the carpet in some room, use that black light to try and determine the extent of the damage.  Maybe it can be cleaned away using a rental carpet cleaner by following these instructions.  If it is really bad, however, it may be smartest to simply replace the carpet in that room.


Keeping Your Home Safe – Sanitizing or Disinfecting?

There is nothing like that feeling of satisfaction when you survey your newly cleaned home. But we all know that just because something looks clean, it doesn’t mean that it truly is clean, because germs that can cause illness are all around us. Some germs, such as Salmonella, E. Coli, canine parvovirus or Influenza can persist on hard surfaces all around us at home, at work and at school.  Some can persist on those surfaces for a year or more. For more than a century now, we have been taught to sanitize and clean so as to remain healthy and germ free. Preventing the spread of illness through hard surface disinfection or sanitizing can help keep your family safe and healthy. But what ‘level of clean’ is appropriate for your home?

Here are some tips to help you decide what ‘level of clean’ is appropriate for your home and work place.

What is the difference between Disinfecting and Sanitizing?

A non-technical explanation is that disinfecting means that you kill 99.999% of germs within a certain time limit (usually not exceeding 10 minutes).  Disinfecting ensures a high level of clean. Sanitizing means that you kill 99.9% of germs within 1 minute. The difference between 99.999% and 99.9% may not seem like much to you or me, but a microbiologist will tell you it is a big difference. Certainly it takes more work to achieve disinfection.  Sanitizing, on the other hand, is a level of clean that is practical and realistic and can be achieved using diluted SNiPER in 1 minute.

How do I Know Whether to Disinfect or Sanitize?

You can think of disinfection and sanitizing as 2 points on a continuum. To the right is disinfected. In the middle is sanitized. To the left is dirty. Disinfection will require a high degree of care to achieve. This means more work. Often, however, that level of cleanliness is what is needed. If, for example, you brought home a new puppy and then discovered that the pup had canine parvo virus, you would need to thoroughly disinfect, because that is a really difficult pathogen that can live for a long time on a wall or something, just waiting for the right conditions to activate again.

Your bathroom, for another example, is probably a place where you would want to get closer to disinfection. In other places, ‘sanitizing’ is likely a level of clean that is ‘clean enough’. We’ll never get rid of all the germs in our homes, but we can find the ‘degree of clean’ on that continuum where our families can live safely and happily.

Where Exactly are These Germs?

High-touch areas where many people will put their hands such as door knobs, light switches, computer keyboards and mice, refrigerator door handles, car door handles, telephones (both desktop and hand helds) even pencils and markers! Any surface where many hands touch is a candidate to spread germs.

Kitchen – the cutting board is a surface that needs to be cleaned regularly and well, lest that chicken you cut up spread germs (such as salmonella) to your tomatoes and lettuce. Sanitizing your cutting boards regularly will go a long way towards keeping your family safe. The door handle to your fridge – in addition to the inside – is another area where you can expect that germs will multiply if allowed. The sink drain area, being wet often, is a growth spot for germs. Add faucet handles to the list

Bathroom – as crazy as this may sound, there are studies showing that the bathroom is cleaner than your kitchen. This may or may not be true for you, but in many homes, bathrooms are the subject of frequent and intense cleaning. Especially when those homes have small children. High touch surfaces here would include the toilet flush handle, light switches, the hand towel, handles to the shower and cabinet doors. Don’t forget the shower floor!

Office – how many of you eat or drink at your desk? I know my computer keyboard is too scary to think about. Then there is also office equipment where many hands other than just yours touch.

Classrooms – all it takes is one kid coming to school with the flu, and it can spread rapidly.

Other hard surfaces that need regular cleaning include countertops, toys, changing tables and remote controls.

You can dilute SNiPER by 6 to 1 for no-rinse Sanitizing.

First, clean any mess that is present. Then just spray dilute SNiPER onto that surface, and walk away. It’s that easy. It’s that effective. Just one minute to a ‘sanitized’ level of clean!

Can I ‘sanitize’ food preparation surfaces such as cutting boards with SNiPER?

Yes, you can. Clean away any debris first, then spray diluted SNiPER onto the board – and walk away allowing it to air dry naturally. It’s that easy. It’s that effective.  Again it is just one minute to a sanitized level of clean.

How do I use SNiPER to disinfect a hard surface?

Pre-Cleaning Instructions: Remove gross filth and heavy soil by cleaning. Thoroughly wet surfaces, by spray, sponge, mop, or immersion, with SNIPER® on to soiled surfaces then thoroughly clean and wipe away gross filth with sponge or cloth.

Disinfect Hard Non-Porous Surfaces:   For disinfection of pre-cleaned hard non-porous surfaces such as glass, plastic, painted or finished wood, chrome, stainless steel, aluminum, polyurethane coated hardwood floors, glazed ceramic tile, sealed concrete and linoleum floors.

Disinfect Items such as appliances, bed frames, wheelchairs, chairs, counters, tables, doorknobs, cabinet handles, handrails, light switch covers, tubs, showers, toilets, faucets, sinks, waste containers, etc.

Spray SNiPER® at full strength wetting surfaces thoroughly. Allow surfaces to remain visibly wet for 5 minutes for disinfection of bacteria1. Allow surfaces to remain wet for 10 minutes for virus inactivation2.


1) Allow surfaces to remain visibly wet for 5 minutes for disinfection of Gram-negative bacteria and Gram-positive bacteria, Salmonella enterica ATCC 10708, Staphylococcus aureus ATCC 6538, Pseudomonas aeruginosa ATCC 15442, Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) ATCC 33591, Vancomycin Resistant Enterococcus faecalis (VRE) ATCC 51299.

2) Allow surfaces to remain wet for 10 minutes for virus inactivation of Swine Influenza virus, Type A (H1N1)* ATCC VR-
333 and Canine Parvovirus* ATCC VR-953.