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    Who in the Inland Empire (Diamond Bar to be exact) is the go to? Have one room that recently started to smell. I don't if it's mold, dead animal in the wall, whatnot, can't find anything, cleaned the carpet, took everything out, seemed better for a short while, but then its back. More so in the day, not very noticeable at night. Need an expert with a better nose or beagle trained to find that sort of thing, who does this sort of thing? Don't need a company to just come and spray a cover up that's what a lot seem to advertise, Thanks, Greg.

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    Wont solve the source, but in the mean time I understand these are particularly effective at eliminating odors.

    https://www.amazon.com/Enerzen-Comme.../dp/B00JAP7388

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    Thanks, I do have a non commercial version, it helps some. Whatever it is is going away slowly, just like to know what I'm dealing with.

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    Just a little headsup guys. wife works at air research board. said that ozone generators are very bad for health, based on their studies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by port austin pirate View Post
    Just a little headsup guys. wife works at air research board. said that ozone generators are very bad for health, based on their studies.
    I believe it. Who knows what that 3rd, loosely bonded Oxygen Atom is going to try to bond with when it splits off

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    Quote Originally Posted by port austin pirate View Post
    Just a little headsup guys. wife works at air research board. said that ozone generators are very bad for health, based on their studies.
    Thanks, I am aware.

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