Ozone Help Please

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  1. Tom WI

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    So, I am looking for an effective ozone generator that I can use to deodorizer my smelly car, and that I can plug in my car on the way to my hunting location. I would also like one that I can put in my hunting totes to take the order out of my clothes. I would rather buy just one that could do both, but would be willing to buy two. I am already really big on good scent control, but I feel like this might help a little more yet. Do you guys have any suggestions for good ones to buy? 75$ is my price cap, but I would like it to be cheaper than that.
     
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    HME sells a nice little one. Battery charged lasts 3 hours I believe. Portable. Only like $30
     
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    Go to e-bay do a search on ozone generaters like anything else if there is a picture of antlers on the package you are over paying.
     
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    Do you know any good ones that work good, wont break, exc. Good brands? brands to avoid?
     
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    The seller I bought from in the past is best2shop15 on e-bay 400mg per hour unit cost $27.25
     
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    hme throw and go, battery powered lasts longer than Ive ever needed to run it. I have a big tote from hardware store i keep my gear in, i just toss the throw and go in there for 5 minutes and we're goosld.
    it would produce enough for your car, but dont run ozone while in the cad, bad idea
     
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    Yea maybe but only put it on 5 minutes

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    ^THIS^
     
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    I bought one from scent crusher for $45 on Amazon and it’s awesome!!


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