Cruise Ships and Ozone Generators
Boats, especially cruise ships, are infamous for having spills that go unnoticed until it’s too late, and an unpleasant odor arises. This is especially true for those who smoke on their boats, because it will cling to the upholstery and the interior of the boat faster than it would in an apartment, per se. This poses a potential combination for odors in the galleys, cabins and the other various rooms on board on cruise ships.
Getting rid of tobacco smoke, fish and other fumes and odors from cruise ships can be quite the task, especially if you have no clue where they are coming from in the first place..
To effectively remove any unwanted odors from cruise ships, start by closing up the boat completely. This could be closing the door to the room where the odor is coming from, or the entire galley. Open all of the doors, cabinets, cupboards and closets up for better circulation, and turn the Bio3Blaster ozone generator unit on. Ensure that the premises is completely vacated before starting the cycle for the ozone treatment, and then be on your way.
Depending on the severity of the odor in the area, you may need to leave the ozone generator on for the duration of the entire night. If the odor is very minor or not so easily detected, just a couple of hours will do the trick. If that area has any windows that can be opened, open one up just a little bit. This will allow fresh air to circulate through the room during the treatment cycle, and will give better results.
Once the cycle is completed, give that area some time to air out. Open all the windows in that area and make sure that no one goes through there for at least an hour.