- May 21, 2020
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Well thanks for your thoughts on this matter. Please excuse my mistake.do you mean ionizer? ozone isn't something you'd want to be breathing. if it is an ionizer i'd say it won't hurt, but no idea how effective it would be in comparison to just drying the room out as quick as you can and keeping it well ventiliated so the fumes can dissipate. i say no idea because the effect will depend upon the chemical composition of the paint and while i understand chemistry and some physics i'm not a full blown chemist or physical chemistry type sort of person...
I have this machine wrapped up and it's good for clearing up odours so thought I would give it a try.
You have to leave the room and close windows and doors.