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Just a heads up that this was tagged as a groupon deal somehow rather than Woot.


Please remember these aren't supposed to be used in houses that have pets, plants or people in them. Do your research. I've never seen research to support them being a good purchase. These damaged a lot more than things you want them to damage. Plenty of materials are broken down when O3 is introduced. It make take a while before you see the damage this can do to electronics, seals, rubbers, etc.
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I ordered the bigger one. I want to use it for the entire home
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So can these eliminate odors or do they eventually just come back?
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The problem is chemical alteration. It takes in the oxygen in your home (O2) and puts out ozone (O3). That extra oxygen molecule is very volatile.

On the one hand, that extra molecule will attach itself to any dust, mold, bacteria, odors, smoke, or anything else lingering in your house and change its chemical compounds - likely destroying it. On the flip side, if that extra molecule gets into your lungs, it can cause irritation, inflammation, or flare up a number of issues because your body isn't designed to breath that it. Same for plants and animals. When used in cars repetitively, it has been known to break down the rubber seals due to the chemical change.

So if you're looking for something industrial to run occasionally then this is a great deal. If you just want your house's air to be cleaner, then start with a good vacuum and changing your high-quality furnace filters. Beyond that an air purifier is a good buy - just make sure you get one that's 'too powerful' for the room size you're in. That way you can run it on low and enjoy the benefits without the noise.
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The problem is chemical alteration. It takes in the oxygen in your home (O2) and puts out ozone (O3). That extra oxygen molecule is very volatile.

On the one hand, that extra molecule will attach itself to any dust, mold, bacteria, odors, smoke, or anything else lingering in your house and change its chemical compounds - likely destroying it. On the flip side, if that extra molecule gets into your lungs, it can cause irritation, inflammation, or flare up a number of issues because your body isn't designed to breath that it. Same for plants and animals. When used in cars repetitively, it has been known to break down the rubber seals due to the chemical change.

So if you're looking for something industrial to run occasionally then this is a great deal. If you just want your house's air to be cleaner, then start with a good vacuum and changing your high-quality furnace filters. Beyond that an air purifier is a good buy - just make sure you get one that's 'too powerful' for the room size you're in. That way you can run it on low and enjoy the benefits without the noise.
You're right. That's why I upgraded to a Dyson Animal and washable K&N furnace filter Smilie
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I ordered the bigger one. I want to use it for the entire home
Before anyone buys this, please do your research. This is not a home filter, this is not good for your "entire home," unless you plan to be out of your house the entire time. These things will suck everything out, including the oxygen you need to breath. You can't live in the house while this is on
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So can these eliminate odors or do they eventually just come back?
I have used various ozone generators a lot working in rental real estate. They effectively kill odor in the air, but my experience is that odors in carpet or fabric tend to return. YMMV
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Just a heads up that this was tagged as a groupon deal somehow rather than Woot.


Please remember these aren't supposed to be used in houses that have pets, plants or people in them. Do your research. I've never seen research to support them being a good purchase.
You're right about them being dangerous to people and animals. I disagree with them not being a good purchase (unless you meant this specific one) . Theyre not for everyone, but for specific things they're great (O³ generators in general, im sure this one isnt very effective at this price) i have a small sonozaire that produces up to 2200 miligrams of O³ that uses coronal discharge for generation. More expensive($~1200), but more efficient.

The most important thing to remember is its not magic. You have to thuroughly clean the source of the smell, and anything that absorbed the particulate causing the smell (curtains, carpet, furniture, clothing, linens, books, etc.) any surface the particulate may have landed on (walls, floors, ceiling fan blades, air conditioning ducts, shelves, etc.) Only after doing ALL this do you bring in the Ozone machine to knock out the last bits of residual smell.
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So can these eliminate odors or do they eventually just come back?
It depends. I just added a reply listing the steps one has to take to actually eliminate odors the way a restoration company would.
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6$ shipping.. no...
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Amazon Prime member? After logging in I had to delete and re add it to cart for free shipping.
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Groupon with prime? What the fark?
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Ok, just read that this unit claims to produce 10000 mg per hour. There is ABSOLUTELY no way this is accurate. Professional units that generate this quantity of ozone cost over $3000!
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