Results 1 to 13 of 13

Thread: Odor Control Possiblity?

  1. #1
    dookieface is offline Registered+
    Join Date
    Sep-07-2006
    Posts
    56

    Odor Control Possiblity?

    Does anyone think a box of baking soda would help with the odor control? if not, how about 10?!? i mean it works for the freezer right?

  2. #2
    MastaChronic is offline Banned
    Join Date
    Jul-15-2006
    Posts
    2,903
    it couldnt hurt to try, as long as you dont get it all over the plants

  3. #3
    dookieface is offline Registered+
    Join Date
    Sep-07-2006
    Posts
    56
    i just wanted to know if anyone tried? and what were the results?

  4. #4
    orangeman's Avatar
    orangeman is offline Banned
    Join Date
    Sep-16-2004
    Posts
    9,707
    Marijuana odors probably overpowers the baking soda so much that no one wasted their time to try this

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Jul-22-2006
    Posts
    300
    Would one of those "Pet odor control" CFL's work?

  6. #6
    dutch.lover's Avatar
    dutch.lover is offline Registered+
    Join Date
    Sep-05-2006
    Posts
    1,196
    what's a pet odor control cfl?

  7. #7
    doco's Avatar
    doco is offline Registered+
    Join Date
    Sep-07-2006
    Posts
    634
    I was looking at those too UPS....Id really like to hear from anyone who has tried them.

  8. #8
    doco's Avatar
    doco is offline Registered+
    Join Date
    Sep-07-2006
    Posts
    634
    I did a search and here's something I found:

    Ideal anywhere you have persistent odors, the Odor-Eliminating Fluorescent Bulb has a titanium dioxide coating that creates strong oxidizers when exposed to the fluorescent light given off by the bulb. This process breaks down odors completely, creating a fresher and healthier atmosphere. While most deodorizers attempt to mask odors by applying harmful chemicals to the air on the surface, the Odor-Eliminating Fluorescent Bulb is dramatically different because it eliminates odors altogether.

    The Odor-Eliminating Fluorescent Bulb will continue to break down odors for three years. Plus, since it's a compact fluorescent bulb, its power to light your home will last 10,000 hours, saving you hundreds in deodorizers and up to 75 percent in energy costs.

    Since the Odor-Eliminating Fluorescent Bulb fits any standard light bulb socket, you can use it throughout your entire home. It's perfect for those areas where you have persistent odors, such as the kitchen and bathroom. This 23-watt compact fluorescent bulb provides 100-watt light output, ample to brighten the room.

    I know GE makes them too because I was on their site the other day and they had a much more detailed explanation of how & why it worked. Can't find it there now though!

  9. #9
    harris7 is offline Registered+
    Join Date
    Aug-26-2006
    Posts
    1,332
    that sounds pretty sweet. so who's goin to try em out

    not it

  10. #10
    dutch.lover's Avatar
    dutch.lover is offline Registered+
    Join Date
    Sep-05-2006
    Posts
    1,196
    thats cool.... sounds pretty crazy tho- who thought that one up? lol

  11. #11
    postmandave's Avatar
    postmandave is offline Registered+
    Join Date
    Mar-15-2006
    Posts
    909
    these oudor control cfl defenetly work i have a freind who uses them after he used them in the toilets in his bar to illeminate the urinal oudor .he then started using them in his grow room and when they are on the smell is non existant. but you need around 4 in a grow room 8ft by 8ft . that is the size of his room and he tryed 1 with no sucsess and added until the odour was no more.the postman.
    i appoligise before hand about my spelling and grammar and for the inconsistincy of my posts but when the pain gets bad the morphine comes out and the confusion starts


  12. #12
    Join Date
    Jan-29-2006
    Posts
    6,689
    http://www.1000bulbs.com/product.php?product=9135
    these odor-killing bulbs WORK ! ... I have two in a 2'x4'x8' cabinet, and even my NYCdiesels were odor-free, could easily have gotten by with just one bulb, I think ... they don't work, of course, during the dark hours, but if you have one in the 'outer room' it works, too ...

  13. #13
    duckfool's Avatar
    duckfool is offline Registered+
    Join Date
    Feb-19-2006
    Posts
    218
    The lightbulbs work magnificently I've heard. Add one of these to your setup and youll be stink free
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Odor Control Possiblity?-fluidscrubber_gift.gif  
    -------------------
    Duckfool

    Spreading the hate, one post at a time.

Bookmarks

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •