Frequently Asked Questions

Can Dropps Revitalizing Mist be used as a perfume or body spray?

Dropps Revitalizing Mist is not intended to be sprayed directly on your skin. While it is unlikely to cause any skin irritation, damage, or sensitization, Dropps Revitalizing Mist is intended to target odors in fabrics and rooms.

I accidentally sprayed the Revitalizing Mist into my eyes. What should I do?

Dropps Revitalizing Mist can cause temporary eye irritation, so rinsing it out thoroughly with water should do the trick! If the irritation persists, please seek medical attention.

Isn’t orange oil flammable? Should I be concerned?

The Dropps Revitalizing Mist diluent has low fragrance levels so flammability is not a concern.

Can I add the concentrate or diluted mix on my Dropps Wool Dryer Balls?

Adding Dropps Revitalizing Mist to your wool dryer balls is a great way to freshen up your laundry and keep your clothes smelling great.

Can I use Revitalizing Mist on all fabrics?

Don't use on fabrics that water spot (e.g. suede, leather, silk). Not sure? Spot test first on a small inconspicuous area.

Can I use Revitalizing Mist in my kitchen?

Dropps Revitalizing mist effectively targets tough cooking odors like smelly trash cans, smoke, fish and garlic.

Is Dropps Revitalizing Mist ok to use around pets?

We recommend consulting your veterinarian before using the mist around your pets.

As for birds, they have fragile respiratory systems so we do not recommend spraying Dropps Revitalizing Mist around your pet bird.

Can I use Revitalizing Mist on sports equipment?

Dropps revitalizing mist tackles tough odors from gym bags, sports equipment, yoga mats, hockey gear, football pads, and sports uniforms.