Sergeant's Introduces Sentry Stain and Odor Removal Products



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Sergeant’s Pet Care has introduced its Sentry Clean Up stain and odor remover product line, which will be available exclusively at pet specialty stores.


“Sentry Clean Up was developed for dog owners who demand professional-grade stain and odor removal,” said Bob Scharf, president of Sergeant’s. “The line includes a variety of products that feature two odor-control technologies that trap and destroy pet odors.”


The line is for use on carpets, upholstery, bedding, clothing and water-safe surfaces. A hard surfaces formula is also available. The Sentry Clean Up stain and odor line includes: a 32-oz. Fresh Breeze scent with stainBUSTER brush; a 32-oz. Summer Meadow scent with stainBUSTER brush; a 60-oz. Fresh Breeze refill size without a brush; a 32-oz. Orchard Pear-scented SENTRY Clean Up Hard Surface Floor Stain+Odor Remover with a stainBUSTER Cloth-on-Bottom design; a 24-oz. SENTRY Clean Up Odor Remover with Summer Meadow fragrance; a 32-oz. SENTRY Clean Up Ultra+Pheromones Stain+Odor Remover stainBUSTER Brush-on-Bottom design, as well as a 60-oz. size without the brush; SENTRY Clean Up Urine Destroyer with a Summer Meadow scent available in 32- and 60-oz. sizes; and the The SENTRY Clean Up Kit Spot Revealer Black Light packaged with an 8-oz. SENTRY Clean Up Ultra+Pheromones Stain+Odor Remover.

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