My daughter manages a Veterinarian's office in northern Virginia. The local wildlife rescue group uses her vet. Yesterday a rescued, unaltered skunk was brought in for surgery.
Everyone there wore the fragrance home. Their hair, the pores of their skin, their clothes, and my daughter's almost brand new and beloved leather jacket were all saturated.
She called last night asking for suggestions. To clean the air, I recommended the open trays of kitty litter or baking soda we used after we had an Essential Oil explosion. (They should have plenty of Kitty Litter.)
For getting the aroma off their skin and out of their hair, I suggested the traditional remedy for dogs who have been sprayed - tomato juice. Sponge down with tomato juice then shower it off.
For the treasured leather jacket? I suggested her dryer, set on the "Air" setting (no heat) a couple of big bath towels, and a damp washcloth. She sprinkled several drops of our FreshAire synergy on the washcloth, and set the dryer to tumbling.
This morning, she messaged me that her jacket was as good as new! Another Fresh Aire success story. She's going to add some FreshAire to some white vinegar to rinse the clothes worn to work over the next few days. I'm thinking adding it to some liquid castille soap might help with the shower.
FreshAire is a blend of Organic Bergamot, Himalayan Lavender, and Organic Lemon essential oils, for those who want to blend their own.
We didn't know it would freshen up after a skunk!