The All Natural Odor Eliminator Spray


Eliminate Disgusting Boating Smells

PureAyre is a naturally powerful way to get rid of stinky marine and boat odors from: fish, bilge, diesel fuels, mold and mildew, cigarette and cigar smoke, cooking, pet urine, garbage, gasoline, boat engine exhaust, vomit, flatulence, wet clothes, wet suits, fecal matter and more.

Control the Smells in Your Environment While Being Friendly to the Environment

Now biotechnology has made it possible to bottle naturally occurring plant enzymes that eliminate odors and clean the air. Because it is all natural and plant-based, PureAyre® is the only food-grade odor eliminator available, making it the safest and surest way to get rid of disgusting smells while boating or on the water. It is the only odor eliminator you should use in the galley where you might contact food.


Powerful, All-Natural, and Non-Toxic Odor Eliminator

PureAyre is safe to use around and on people, pets and children during all your boating and marine activities.


  • Eliminate musty boat smells.
  • Spray the head after each use to keep it smelling fresh.
  • Pour a cup into your bilge before a trip to keep odors at bay.
  • Refresh boat seats, drapery, and carpet fabrics from fuel exhaust and usage odors.
  • Spray on vomit and spilled beer from parties.
  • Spray into your garbage bags to eliminate smells.
  • Spray into your engine compartment to eliminate gasoline or diesel fumes.
  • Soak your fishy clothing in light detergent and PureAyre to get rid of fish odor.
  • Soak your musty gear in a bath of light detergent and PureAyre to eliminate mold and mildew odors.
  • Spray boating and sports shoes after each use to keep them smelling fresh.
  • Use in the galley to eliminate cooking odors.
  • Spray cigar odors away.


PureAyre also removes stains.


Try our other pure yet powerful PureAyre products:

  • PureAyre for all pets
  • PureAyre for home


Don’t fill your home with yet another dangerous substance. Eliminate odors and pollutants with PureAyre and breathe pure air.

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