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Old 04-20-2013, 12:43 AM   #41
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I did some work for one of those disaster recovery/smoke damage outfits and guess what? Ozone generators are what they use after they clean up. They even took the customers furniture away to have it "cleaned" and all they did was put it in a room in their shop with an ozone generator for a day or so. So yeah, it works. That's what they are made for.
That's good to know. Not sure I want to purchase one of those things as it's rare for me to run into these type of houses but maybe there are places that rent them.

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Old 04-20-2013, 03:57 AM   #42
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That's good to know. Not sure I want to purchase one of those things as it's rare for me to run into these type of houses but maybe there are places that rent them.

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There are. I've rented them a few times. Great for lots of different odors.
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I wonder if it really works? Have you every tried this? or has anybody else?

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I learned this from a smoke specialist. Did a 6k sq foot house it works. He used an ozone bomb. My dad uses small generators to remove smell from cars.
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Ozone bomb. Neutralizes smoke smell. Have used it on several fire jobs. Works for hard and soft surfaces. Google it. It is amazing.
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