OMG at Tadasana

Francesca Abiana is a Bikram yoga instructor who created OMG Spray to remove odor and deodorize your yoga mat and clothing after doing “hot” yoga. She has worked with essential oils and aromatherapy for 20 years and along with Tee Tree Oil (an oil that has been found to be a powerful antimicrobial working on a wide range of organisms) and other ingredients, has created this versatile spray.

Tiffany Paige of Green With Tiffany talks to Francesca’s son Oliver Moseby at Tadasana, a yoga and music festival.

Say you didn’t make it to the dry cleaner and you needed a particular suit cleaned for work. Spray it with OMG Spray, let it dry and the smell is gone. It comes in two scents, Refreshing Mint and Floral. It’s a nice natural scent that doesn’t linger and over power you.

Oliver’s wife sprays it on his pillow and sheets before they go to bed. It keeps the bedding fresh in between washings and helps you get to sleep because it has therapeutic values.

OMG Spray can be used in place of the leading commercial fabric refresher and odor eliminator product. You know which one I’m talking about. They use over 80 chemicals and remember that they are not a germ killer and it does not kill the microbiological beings that are known to produce odors. It’s not a disinfectant. It masks odors. They have a line called Sleep Serenity Bedding Refresher. Not natural, all chemical, no therapeutic value and a chemical that you’re now breathing while you sleep.

I recently had a guest doggie tinkle on my jute rug and OMG Spray removed the odor completely. I don’t have to worry about the dog finding that spot again. Oh My Gosh, it works! That’s’ what OMG stands for. Very impressive! So much so that since this video was shot, OMG has been tested and it has been discovered that it kills 99.9% of E Coli in 90 seconds and 80% of Staph in 90 seconds. An all-natural (true to it’s word) antimicrobial spray that really works…Oh My Gosh!

OMG also donates 2% of all sales to support The Los Angeles Youth Network who feed and house homeless children of Southern California.