Sorry for the late reply. I’ve been out of the country, south of the border, not needing or caring about hearth stuff.Yes I have one as well. It is a great air purifier. But it is an air purifier not a furniture cleaner. Yes in high enough levels ozone can kill mold. But you aren't going to get those levels without going to a commercial unit.
Actually the first 2 are very effective odor neutralizers.Sorry for the late reply. I’ve been out of the country, south of the border, not needing or caring about hearth stuff.
Vinegar, baking soda, and Fabreeze are not furniture cleaners either. Just saying...
Which purifier do you have?
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Not at all. I just implied it’s a fools approach. I use baking soda and vinegar, but who would use it on every inch of their house and furniture? It’s silly.You did.
What does liberal or not have to do with anything?Let’s examine bhollars need to be “right” at all costs.
First of all, there is no right answer other than the one or combination of two or more that work. Work doesn’t just mean cheap or some other qualification. I had some personal advice based on MY experience. Deal with it.
Science: ozone is a better (read: more effective) oder neutralizer.
Time: it’s practically impossible to wash your house and all its belongings down with vinegar or baking soda, or Fabreeze (as if Fabreeze would work anyway). Ozone reaches into fabrics and almost any material air gets into, effortlessly.
Cost: sure an ozone machine costs more than baking soda or vinegar, but 1. If you aren’t poor you should have one for health, period. 2. What kind of fool values dollars over time? I guess we all can weigh that out on our own, but that doesn’t change anything about my reco. Wiping every inch of the place takes way too much time, and we’ve already determined that ozone is scientifically superior to baking soda or vinegar, not to mention the cost of ruining your stuff.
I’m not really hating baking soda or vinegar suggestions. If you go back to the beginning, I made a suggestion of ozone, I didn’t down other suggestions until bhollar claimed ozone wouldn’t work. And, more recently, that ozone is not a furniture cleaner... Ozone is just as much a “furniture cleaner” as vinegar or baking soda. Do you even logic?
Anyway, I stand by my recommendation. An air purifier that spits out ozone will do things baking soda and vinegar can’t.
Do I really care if anyone takes my recommendation? Not at all. It’s just fun to play logic games while feeling good about giving personal advice to a stranger.
Or, just spray Fabreeze up your nose. But it’s not a “furniture cleaner” either...
This all boils down to bhollar needing his reco to be The One True Advice. This just doesn’t exist. It’s unicorns. It’s peace on earth. What is this, Liberal Logic?
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That’s not entirely how it wet down. I never said vinegar or baking soda weren’t effective odor neutralizers, which was what the more recent poster said I said. I said, as you are pointing out, that they will not work in this case. And they won’t. There is no way in hell that those two things alone will neutralize the odors. If anything, the air will do it best, which is the cheap mans ozone machine.What does liberal or not have to do with anything?
I'm not sure what your beef is, but anybody who can read can re-read the thread and see that you contradicted yourself. You said vinegar and soda won't work, at all, for odors - then when someone said they will you asked who said they won't? And the answer was, you did. It's all right there.
It's also not that hard to re-post, and correct whatever it was you mis-spoke earlier about that led to the contradiction. Doen't make one a lesser person. Pretty sure I and lots others here have done that more than once.