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Re: TC Ozone Mold Killer
Original poster: Esondrmn@xxxxxxx
In a message dated 10/12/2006 7:22:41 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
>----- Original Message ----- From: "Tesla list" <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
>Sent: Thursday, October 12, 2006 2:32 PM
>Subject: TC Ozone Mold Killer
>>Original poster: gary350@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>Has anyone tried using their Tesla Coil inside the house to kill mold?
>>I have read ozone permently kills mold better than chlorine bleach
>>and vingar. Not sure that is true. I had a broken water pipe in
>>the wall it has caused a bad mold problem in the house. The walls
>>are green in 3 bedrooms, bathroom, laundary room, hall, living
>>room. I painted the walls with laundry bleach with a paint roller
>>it seemed to kill the mold for a few weeks but now the mold smell
>>has returned. I can not see mold on the walls any more but the
>>smell is so bad we can not stand to be in the house.
>>There are several companies that sell ozone generators, tiny table
>>top models for $1000.00, guaranteed to kill mold. I checked one
>>out it is just a high voltage transformer producing a 1/8" spark
>>across a tiny spark gap with a tiny box fan that circulated room
>>air over the spark gap. $1000 sounds like a rip off to me. I bet
>>my 4" TC will produce more ozone in 30 seconds than that $1000
>>ozone generator will produce all day.
>>Does anyone know anything about killing mold with ozone?
I had a small leak in the plumbing behind the shower. It gradually
built up a mold smell until I could not stand it. I fixed the
plumbing leak then cut a 6" x 6" hole in the wall behind the shower -
from the adjacent bedroom. I was going to rent an ozone generator
from a local rental place but I thought I might need it for several
days and they wanted like $50 a day for it. I borrowed the ozone
generator from my hot tub and fashioned a set up with some cardboard
and a small fan so it would blow ozone into the wall. I let this run
for three days straight and it fixed the problem completely. As
someone else mentioned, if it is a serious mold problem, the
sheetrock probably needs to be removed, the studs cleaned and dried
out and new sheetrock installed.