The unprecedented number and severity of wild fires created over a billion dollars of damage in Southern California. That cost doesn't even count the thousands or perhaps millions of homes, offices, and retail stores that have been damaged by the smoke. Insurance companies were overwhelmed, not only with claims for fire damage, but also from customers looking for guidance or monetary assistance for smoke damage.
As the fires subsided in San Diego, people have found that even though the smoke has gone away, the smoke odor has not. It was embedded in the carpet, on the walls, in the upholstered furniture and in the drapes.
Retail clothing stores found that the smoke had permeated their whole inventory and that the odor needed to be removed before the clothing could be sold. They certainly couldn't wash the clothes and then sell them as new.
The only viable solution is to treat these smoke problems by using an ozone generator in the affected room for a few hours – or even over night.
Here is how you do it:
Set the ozone generator in the room, plug it in, set the timer, turn it on, and leave the room.
It's that simple!
At the end of the ozone treatment the smoke odor will be gone. If it isn't, run it for a bit longer.
Ozone always gets rid of smoke odor.
It is amazing!
With its stainless steel housing the PRO-4 is built to last. It has plenty of ozone output, 2000 mgph. That's enough to ozone to get rid of smoke odors in the room sizes found in most homes. Shock each room, one at a time, with this powerhouse for as long as it takes, but only when it's unoccupied.
The PRO-4 also has variable output and a 12-hour timer. Why do I need that? Say you want to shock a room with ozone while you're away, but want the ozone to dissipate before you return. If you plan to be gone for 8 hours, set the timer to six, turn it on and leave. By the time you return both the odor and the ozone will be gone.
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The PRO-8 has a stainless steel housing and its ozone output can be adjusted from 500 to 8000 mgph. Turn it on full blast to treat smoke odors in large areas. Deodorize an automobile in as little as 15 minutes or a motel room in the time it takes the maid to clean the next room.
It has a 12-hour timer and an hour-meter to keep track of its service history. It's designed to tackle big jobs in a minimum amount of time so spaces can be reoccupied. For serious problems, remediation companies use our ozone generator to destroy smoke odors in homes and businesses. It works for them and it'll work for you.
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Please Remember: All Ozone Generators, regardless of manufacturer, are an electronic appliance containing electrical parts and connections. Your generator will become damaged, your warrantee voided, and the ozone output lessened if immersed in water or operated when humidity (moisture in the air) is above 60%. Lowering the humidity can often be accomplished by simply running a dehumidifier or air-conditioner in the room to be treated.
We encourage you to call us toll free at 1-800-639-9471 or e-mail us with your questions. We know this technology is new to many people, and our customer service representatives are available to explain how our products will safely provide the benefits you're looking for.
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Remember you get to try it in your home for 30 days to make sure it's right for you, if not you'll get your money back. We not only manufacture our products in New Hampshire, we also repair them here. So unlike your TV, if any thing goes wrong with your ozone machine, even after the warranty period, we can make sure it keeps working for you, for as long as you own it.
All of our products are sold with a Two Year Warranty and a 30 Day Money Back Guarantee.
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