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to remove the smell for ever use a ozone machine it works great look up ozone machine YOU TUBEReplacing air filter is a waste of money for this problem. Carbon filters have no effect. The mildew at the ac evaporator and condensate pan has to be killed, preferably removed. Kia OEM 2-part AC Evap cleaner and AC system freshener are toxic and incompatible with anyone with weak or sensitive respiratory systems, Just as bad as the mold. Just read the Safety Data Sheet. Kia f’d this car up by creating a virtually sealed vent system and not allowing access to the blower motor. Very pissed at them for this because it makes this particular problem practically unsolvable without removing the dash and vent system, a very laborious and expensive process. The previous owner of my 2014 Forte sedan used the Kia OEM s**t and it a) did not kill or remove the mildew/mold, and b) rendered the car impossible for a family member suffering from a past chemical poisoning from ever riding in the thing. I am trying Nextzett Klima from Germany which appears to have much safer compounds according to the Safety Data Sheet. Results TBD...
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heres how i do cars i charge $20 per car , remove floor mats , have the air con preset to recircalute, car bonnet up. i have the generator on for a hour in the interior, open the door start the car idle for 40minutes , open all the doors and put a portable fan inside the car for 15 minutes too refresh the interior, i have done this too over 50 cars and every one is pleased with their car,,, yes ozone is bad for your health if u stay in a confind area,, but u all keep using thoose sprays if u want too keep repeating every 2 weeks.. im awaiting a large machine where ill be doing house odour removal as my little machines take too long,, 4 hours versus 1 hourYou have to be extremely careful with ozone generators. Ozone is a highly toxic molecule that can damage lungs if breathed in sufficiently high amounts. If you run such a machine, you have to have the ozone circulating through the ac evaporator Core. Be sure to hold your breath and not breathe any of that gas.
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