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If you are going to the Power boat show
this week. Look at the full line of Quantum
Pure aire machines as sold in Sail Net.
These machines will eliminate any odor and
mold,mildew and problem odors from your
engine room/diesel,etc. and Holding tank
odors/ plus any gray water problems. when
there ask for Jeff Ramos. Location Tent H
Booth 9.
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That''s nice that you are putting FREE advertising on these message boards. If you read the rules of these boards it isn''t here to advertise for your products.

Please stop, it sets a bad precedence and before you know it these boards are flooded by advertisements and we would most likely leave sailnet because of it.

Plus it has been proved that some of these ozone machines cause degradation of some types and plastics and foam over time. Not sure if everyone wants to replace their foam cushions in 7-10 years.
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I would urge you to check out the possible medical problems. That is one reason this product hasn''t taken off.The government has conducted many studies regarding ozone. The outcome hasn''t been very beneficial. Be very skeptical of any quick cures.
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