Diluted as directed the first time. Nothing. A little stronger a few days later, still nothing. Maybe it doesn't work for goat urine. Third time after cleaning the entire barn and washing the walls down, applying, and not having animals in the barn for 2 days, still no difference. A waste of money for sure.
Ive been using this for about a year now Today my puppy was out with me while I used it diluted I seen him lap it off the ground once but thought nothing of it My dog is currently being treated for toxicity He has been vomiting was having trouble walking and is now having diarrhea Hopefully we caught it fast enough that it wont cause any further issues But dog owners beware
We love it! It does a great job for us. We have a horse rescue and 17 horses, minis and mini donkeys. A lot of barn cleanup.
This is the only product I’ve found that actually eliminates odor from stalls. I have tried sweet PDZ, lime, and Stable Fresh, and none of them come close to the efficacy of Microbe-Lift EQ2. It is also more cost effective, as one gallon of Microbe-Lift EQ2 concentrate can make up to 55 gallons of spray (Although I mix mine with a stronger concentration). I use a 1 gallon multipurpose garden sprayer for ease of distribution. This product has so many benefits: it reduces the negative health effects of ammonia inhalation for both you and your horse, it reduces the fly population, and it makes your barn smell fresh and clean! Highly recommend this product.
I've been looking for a product that will eliminate the ammonia (spraying when cleaning) and all this seems to do is mask the odors.
Microbe-Lift EQ2 is a good ammonia odor remover for the dirt floors in my goat stalls after they were cleaned. The ammonia odor was extremely strong. It was a breath of fresh air after spraying.
The only thing that helps smells in the barn! I use a weed sprayer bottle and dilute. Works fantastic!
i have a pee hole issue in my paddock; over the years, the fines have sifted down through the gravel and the urine no longer "percs" the way it used to. as a result, the outhouse odor is pronounced. i have tried a lot of things: pine sol - created an awful urinal odor; vinegar - some help; baking soda - some help; PDZ Sweet granules - helps but i need a lot of it, often, and it's expensive. i am now trying the spray liquid deodorizers/odor removers: Nature Vet Yard Odor Eliminator - marvelous for the first 2/3 of the bottle and then effectiveness gradually decreased until it did nothing; Simple Solution Yard Odor away was a total bust. this one was somewhat effective but i had to apply it every other day and the odor was never completely gone. the scent was ok but overall, it is expensive (although - you do get a gallon, so not as expensive as some of the others) and didn't really take care of the problem. i still have a couple more products to try out....
With 4 Geldings who love to pee in the barn, the urine smell was over whelming, especially in the summer heat!! I tried putting down lime, but that made a big mess. Now I shake some over the pee spot and hose down. It has a nice soapy smell and eliminates the odor. We have free range chickens and pea fowl and I am sure they have eaten or walked through this with no affect. Very pleased with the product.
I got some of this for my horse barn... mainly due to barn kitty's using my stalls like a litter box. I stripped them down and washed the mats and used this solution all over.... Wow, my barn smells great now. Dang cats... they do keep the mice out at least, lol..