MiraZyme™ Enzyme-Based Odour Eliminator
MiraZyme™ Odour Eliminator is a powerful blend of natural enzymes and microbes used to remove odors caused by mold, mildew and bacteria. McNett® has identified, separated and reproduced a unique blend of 10 naturally occurring and highly adapted enzymes, microbes and other organic ingredients designed to identify and destroy odor.
MiraZyme is extremely versatile, quickly and effectively removing odor and organic debris from a wide variety of clothing, footwear, outdoor and sports gear and more. Residues from MiraZyme are water and carbon dioxide-safe for the environment.
MiraZyme™ Odor Eliminator is part of the McNett GEAR AID™ product range.
- Fill a sink, bathtub or large container with enough warm or cold water to submerge item.
- Add 1⁄2 oz MiraZyme for 20 gallons of water and mix. Use 11⁄2 oz for a 55 gallon drum.
- Unzip all garment and compartment zippers. Submerge item in solution, saturating inside and out.
- Soak 5 minutes then remove.
- DO NOT RINSE OR MACHINE DRY. Air dry item before use or storage.
NOTE: May darken some leathers. Test for colorfastness before use.
FOR TENTS AND BIVY SACKS: Unzip doors and turn item inside out. Use 2 oz. MiraZyme in 20 gallons of water.
FOR STUBBORN OR SEVERE ODORS such as pet accidents, skunk spray, etc:
Use approx. 1/2 oz. – 1 oz. per gallon.
STORAGE: Cap bottle tightly and store in a cool, dry place.
- Mix MiraZyme with water in a ratio of 1/2 oz. per quart of water.
- Spray solution directly onto odor source, saturating item inside and out.
- Air dry.
Can I Treat My Tent with MiraZyme?
MiraZyme does not utilize any hazardous or abrasive ingredients.
As you know, many tents are treated with a polyurethane (PU) coating on the underside of the tent fly and on the tent floor to provide waterproofing. This coating is not permanent and it is common for PU coatings to break down and delaminate. When this happens the fly or floor tend to get sticky, may have a foul odor or you may actually see the coating peeling away. From my experience with our customers, this typically begins to happen after about 10 years but can happen much sooner or later.
There is nothing in the MiraZyme formula that would cause the polyurethane coating typically applied to tent flies or tent floors to degrade. However, when using MiraZyme, it is required that you soak the item and completely saturate it with water. From my experience, when you soak a tent that has a deteriorating PU coating, the coating tends to get really sticky and gummy. The soaking tends to speed up the delamination process. That said, I have had customers write back to say that after soaking their tent in MiraZyme, the PU coating became sticky. Had they soaked the tent in water without MiraZyme, they would have experienced the same effect.That said, MiraZyme specifically will not cause the PU coating to break down, but soaking the tent in water can.