Kanberra Gel, the Original All Natural Air Purifier

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Clean your hands

Clean your surfaces

 Clean your clothes

  Clean your air.

Invented more than a decade ago, Kanberra Gel was the first company to make Tea Tree Oil (TTO) airborne and unleashed TTO’s full antimicrobial, antifungal, and antiviral properties for the marine industry.

Since then, the Kanberra Group has invented many products that use the power of a proprietary blend of ATTIA (Australian Tea Tree Industry Association) certified Tea Tree Oils to make people’s lives cleaner and healthier.

The Original All Natural Air Purifier

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Open a jar of Kanberra Gel, peel the protective film and place it wherever you have odors you want to eliminate. Within hours, the airflow over the top of the jar will take the Tea Tree Oil airborne and you will be left with clean, purified air. Use when storing your boat in the fall, in lockers that tend to get musty, and in every stateroom, cubby, console, and bilge to make sure your boat smells its best.

Kanberra Gel is available in a variety of sizes to match the space you intend to freshen and is sold in refill pouches and buckets to keep your jars full and your boat smelling its best all season.

Kanberra Spray

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When you need to stop odors instantly, use Kanberra Spray. The powerful blend of Tea Tree Oils stops odors on contact without using any harsh chemicals or perfumes to mask odors. Great for surface cleaning, works on all boating gear, clothing, shoes and don’t forget it is an incredible insect repellant.

Kanberra Soap

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Kanberra Soap is a universal soap that stops odors everywhere. The soap uses our proprietary blend of Tea Tree Oils and can be used as a hand soap, a body wash, a laundry additive, and a surface cleaner when mixed with water.

The magic of the Kanberra Soap is the clean smell it leaves behind after use.

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