Originally Posted by Wabbiteer
4Some tips is have all closets and cubbys open, use a separate small circulating fan to keep air sweeping over the entire interior, let them run for 24 hours or whatever the instructions call for then shut off only the Ozone machine (inside extension cord connection to the unit reachable at utility hatch?) and open the door and walk away to let it air out.
This is NOT something you can hold your breath to duck in and open all the windows; have the front & back windows unlatched and lift them open from the outside for some cross-circulation.
Long extension cord plugged in to an outlet outside the trailer, so you can disconnect without even having to reach inside. Safer that way. Plus, ozone is heavier than air. Opening the doors provides faster ventilation afterwards than opening the windows.
By the way, if you go the ozone generator route, here is a link to a Safety Data Sheet for Ozone: http://www.ozoneapplications.com/inf...DS%20Ozone.pdf
. Anyone planning to use an ozone generator should read the SDS first. Places that rent the equipment are supposed to provide an SDS upon request, but not everyone knows to request one, and not all rental places have an SDS to hand out.