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# 173184 14-May-2015 11:47
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Anyone know where I can rent one of these to treat some very subtle smoke smell in a car? It's not terrible and I am very familiar with the other methods. I am interested to know if these things are easily rentable - and if so, anyone know where I might find one in Christchurch?

Not that interested in recommendations for other methods - the Internet has plenty of those recommendations for me.

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  # 1305717 15-May-2015 11:34
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Maybe I don't understand how it works, but isn't the problem going to be that the smell is in the upholstery etc; how does purifying the air help.

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  # 1305718 15-May-2015 11:36
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Please do let us know here if it actually works and make a difference. Would be keen on giving it a try myself.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1305722 15-May-2015 11:41
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The process is supposed to break down/kill the bacteria that causes the smell.

I take it talkiet got a recent japan import?

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  # 1305728 15-May-2015 11:47
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waqasmk: Please do let us know here if it actually works and make a difference. Would be keen on giving it a try myself.


I use ozone to treat vehicle smoke smells/odours (assume you've cleaned/detailed first?)



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  # 1305731 15-May-2015 11:53
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waqasmk: Please do let us know here if it actually works and make a difference. Would be keen on giving it a try myself.


I use ozone to treat vehicle smoke smells/odours (assume you've cleaned/detailed first?)


Thanks - that looks like it might be a better approach actually. I haven't done a full interior detail yet - this was going to be part of it.

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