TRAC Ecological drops price of odor buster

Jun 27, 2017 by Triton Staff

Fort Lauderdale-based TRAC Ecological has reduced the price and introduced a convenient, US one gallon refill pail for the company’s best-selling TEAgel onboard air purifier.

“We’ve reduced our production costs by 40 percent and we’re pleased to be able to pass these significant savings along to our customers,” said Kevin Greene of TRAC.

TEAgel is formulated to naturally remove onboard odors, harnessing the properties of Australian tea tree oil to degrade odor-causing mold, mildew and bacteria.

In addition to the new refill pail, TEAgel is also available in 4-ounce, 8-ounce and 16-ounce jars. For more information, visit


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