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Subject Topic: Ozone Generators for dealing with smells
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Message posted by pwatson on 31/10/2013 at 4:30pm
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Have to say that if I was in the market for one of these devices then I would also have thought twice about using im-uk on the basis of their website.

Presentation does count for something! At the very least they should use a spell checker!


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Ah Ozone. Lancashire miners Union had their miners recuperation home at Bispham near Blackpool. By all accounts the tide coming in created Ozone which was supposedly good for lung disease. Nothing to do with OZone generators but another bit of useless information I know!

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I can't find a company listing for IM UK. No financial records, their website has very little traffic. I would avoid it like the plague. I can't say for sure but I wouldn't trust my money to a site like that.

There is a place to hide, it's in our minds.

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your unwillingness to explain why Ozonecleanair are a bad bet kind of indicates that you've either got some really juicy info on them, or perhaps that anything you might say about them could be considered libellous:)

Whatever it is, spill the beans - or give us a clue, lots of clues, where we can join the dots so to speak lolol

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