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Old 03-25-2017, 09:56 AM
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How did that O3 generator work out?

Frank, the Ozone generator worked out great. It creates a "rainfall" smell after it is done. This will go away after a week or so.

I did a long write-up on the blog here and the link is: http://www.myjeepandme.com/odor-elim...sional-secret/ if you want to read the detailed version.

My suggestion would be to go for it but start with just 30 minutes. I went full strength, and it made the "rainfall" smell stay with the jeep for 3-4 weeks. With this said, it is not a bad smell, but it is noticeable. If you have read several of my posts, my wife is extremely sensitive to odors (good and bad), so I am hyper sensitive to smells for her benefit.

With this said, if you have any "old car smell" this is a great way to fix it. If my boat had a cuddy cabin, I would DEFINITELY use this to get out that old wet moldy smell. Heck, a lot of old Jeeps have that smell from leaks too!

If you try it, please let me know how it works for you. I was pleased with the results in my Jeep.
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Old 03-25-2017, 10:36 AM
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Thanks. Very interesting. I see it on Amazon now for $80.
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Old 03-25-2017, 11:02 AM
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Thanks. Very interesting. I see it on Amazon now for $80.

Looks like it has been very popular. I paid $69 for it, but $79 isn't too bad since you can use it over and over. I paid $48 for a pro detailer's chemical odor eliminator which was a one time use. Use it two times and you have your money's worth.

With this said, keep an eye on it and maybe it will drop back down to $69.
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