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After the storm...CLEANUP
      #52245 - Mon Aug 29 2005 05:40 PM

Hello everyone,

I am trying to find out information about killing mold. i have mold growing on my window from a rain storm that passed in FL and was looking for intersting ways to kill mold.I found a light bulb that is also an air purifier and wondering if anyone has heard about these. they are called ozonelite. i actually saw it this past weekend on cnn. i am looking for someone that knows about them or uses them. i saw the website, but want to know if anyone used them before.

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Re: After the storm...CLEANUP [Re: mikey44]
      #63413 - Mon Oct 31 2005 04:41 PM

Yeah I saw that CNN too - I live in Ft. Lauderdale and my house didn't fare too well against Wilma. Water came in underneath my screen doors so my carpet got all wet and now it smells awful. I just ordered a four-pack of Ozonelite bulbs and they will be here tomorrow. I hope this works - I'll keep you posted. Thanks for the idea.

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