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Message posted by PStevens on 29/10/2013 at 7:49pm
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Hi everyone. Was looking at getting an ozone generator air purifier to deal with smells. Does anyone have any experience with using them or any idea what size unit I should be looking to get for a caravan?

Message posted by Jack+Jon on 29/10/2013 at 8:21pm
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Handy if you grow your own dope but for a caravan I can think of better things to spend 54.99 on, beer for example. Waste of money imho.

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Been around for years, but just a gimmick really - waste of money (IMO).

Message posted by happyAbi on 30/10/2013 at 10:11am
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best thing is to not eat beans or drink guinness before you go to bed - cuts down on the amount of smells when you wake up:)

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http://www.im-uk.net/ I got mine from there. It was to clear ciggy smoke from my van. They are very helpful if you email them for info. They said it would take a while to remove the smell as it would have sunk deep into cushions. I have used it about 4 days on ad off and am winning slowly. It does not mask smells as so many others but kills the bacteria that make the smells.

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Yes, the ozone generators at im-uk certainly look better value than those in the op link & I would suggest the op does his shopping at im-uk rather than the site he links to.

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Thanks for the advice guys. I think I might try one of those plug-in ozone generators as they would be very convenient to use.

I've just clicked through to that IM UK website and it doesn't look very reputable plus the products look very dated and prices are similar to the other site.

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Quote: Originally posted by PStevens on 30/10/2013
I've just clicked through to that IM UK website and it doesn't look very reputable plus the products look very dated and prices are similar to the other site.


No its the OzoneCleanAir website that clearly have the inferior products, IM UK are streets ahead, trust me I know about this stuff & I would never consider OzoneCleanAir for 1 second. You posted on here asking for advice & you need to listen to the good advice you will find on ukcs, theres a huge amount of knowledge on here.



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Some info for the op & anybody else considering an ozone generator here & here. Ozone of course is a potentially harmful gas. Certainly it will remove smell but possibly the 'clean air' it leaves can be more harmful than the smells, particularly to asthma sufferers.

So as I pointed out, ideal for concealing your indoor cannabis plantation but a bad idea otherwise.

So welcome to ukcs PStevens, already this forum is saving you money. Its that good.

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PStevens, my advice to you is to give IM a phone call with any questions you have. Not sure if any of the above posters have ever owned an ozone generator. Good second hand car dealers have been using them for ages to remove ciggy smells and frankly the amount of ozone they push out will do far less damage to you than smoking ciggys! You don't actually use the van with the thing running. Switch it on and leave it then switch off and ventilate the van.
Welcome to the forum.

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I think I will give both companies a call. Thanks for all your help guys but I think I would be more inclined to go with Ozone Clean Air as like I said the IM UK website does't look very reputable.

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No definite disagreement here. Obviously can't say too much on an open forum but I would avoid Ozone Clean Air & go with IM UK or any other ozone generator supplier you can think of.

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You obviously have some problem with Ozone Clean Air? Why are you so against them?

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Quote: Originally posted by PStevens on 31/10/2013
You obviously have some problem with Ozone Clean Air? Why are you so against them?


Can't say it on here but, but you came on here asking for advice on ozone generators & having been advised then it would be imprudent to ignore said advice. The good thing about forums like ukcs is that it is mostly end users that post on here, not those with a commercial interest in specific products so you can be sure that advice will be impartial & unbiased.




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