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Poop Freeze Spray : Does It Really Work? Dog Waste Removal That's Ice Cold! Watch the Poop Freeze Video Commercial!

Updated on February 28, 2010

Let me start off by saying that I don't necessarily like to use the word 'poop'. But, it got your attention, right? That's what the makers of this innovative new product were hoping for.

This might remind you of the product in Jack Black's film "Envy", which features 'Va-POO-Rize", his character in the film develops it to make dog feces disappear completely. Sounds awesome, right? Not quite doable...yet, however there is a new, product that is seriously named: 'Poop Freeze'. Seriously. 

This article is an overview of the product and explore the concept of if it really does work. Make sure to check out the ever-popular viral video of the 'Poop Freeze' commercial video from YouTube, featured at the end of this page.

Poop Freeze Basics

PoopFreeze.com, claims that you can just 'Freeze it & Toss'! The whole concept of the product is to make otherwise messy and soft dog feces frozen solid for easy disposable. (Note to self...I can't believe I'm writing about dog feces!) Anyway, Poop Freeze comes in an aerosol can and costs anywhere from $10-$20 depending on the size of the can.

The company claims that it is environmentally friendly product, contains no CFCs and is safe to use on plant life (i.e. grass). 

Does Poop Freeze really work?

I can't say that I've tried the product yet but I've done a few searches online for it. Some consumers swear by it and others say that it doesn't do it's job of freezing the poo very well.

The manufacturer's website says that it is mainly for pet emergencies, like when your pet has loose stools in the house. The people that wrote the negative reviews used it on full-fledged dog doo while they were out walking their dog. I could see how the aerosol can could dry freeze lose stools, rendering them frozen and therefore much easier for clean up. I'm a cat owner so I don't have to worry about feces clean up most of the time, unless my pet is sick. I might consider purchasing a can to have 'for emergencies' and try it out then.

Part of me wonders if using a generic can of keyboard dust cleaner would work in a similar fashion to this product. It, too, comes in an aerosol can and is highly compressed. I know that if you spray keyboard dust/electronic dust cleaner for a long period of time, the outside of the can gets really cold and the product warns that it may cause freeze burns. 

All in all, the concept of 'Poop Freeze' is a very interesting one. To say it lacks creativity is an understatement! 

Have you tried 'Poop Freeze'? Let me know in the comments section below!

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      Clare Brace 

      8 years ago

      I think this is an excellent product! My Lurcher as very loose poop's and picking it out of the grass is horrible and also messy.

      This will mean I can spray, wait and scoop and not have to deal with runny mess and poop stained grass!!

      Jolly Good Idea!

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      Frank 

      8 years ago from Montana

      I don't worry about poop freezing in Montana,in the winter

      months,but summer is a different story

    • girly_girl09 profile imageAUTHOR

      girly_girl09 

      9 years ago from United States

      lol I still can't believe I wrote an article on 'Poop Freeze'! ahhhh lol I woke up this morning and was like "Did I really do that last night?" hahahah

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      Ellie Perry 

      9 years ago

      you write the most entertaining articles!

    • advisor4qb profile image

      advisor4qb 

      9 years ago from On New Footing

      We used to just hose it down with water in the backyard. Boy, times change.

    • RVDaniels profile image

      RVDaniels 

      9 years ago from Athens, GA

      So funny. Only in America could you buy stuff to freeze dog doo!

    • Frieda Babbley profile image

      Frieda Babbley 

      9 years ago from Saint Louis, MO

      Hysterical! The first thing that came to mind when I read the title was Va Poo Rize. lol. That was a fantastic movie! Interesting. I wonder if it works. Maybe it's an outer freeze (so some people aren't satisfied with that. I also wonder if a keyboard duster would work. Interesting. Crazy, but interesting.

    • girly_girl09 profile imageAUTHOR

      girly_girl09 

      9 years ago from United States

      I wonder how long a can lasts; probably not too long...I know that electronics dust cleaner lasts a while but I'd imagine you'd have to saturate the feces quite a bit to freeze it.

    • Gypsy Willow profile image

      Gypsy Willow 

      9 years ago from Lake Tahoe Nevada USA , Wales UK and Taupo New Zealand

      Interesting concept but as a dog owner I can see it has its uses but $10 a can in this economy. Get real

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      R Burow 

      9 years ago from Florida, United States

      Poop Freeze ?! I suppose if it really works, it is worth every penny !

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