titleist1 wrote:There is water based polyurethane that is supposed to be smell free.
True, but my flooring guy is a little old school and wont use that. He swears by oil based poly and his floor refinishing results are somewhat spectacular...
The only oxidizer better than ozone is fluorine gas. Doubt you would want to use that one.
They rent ozone machines. I actually made one with an old burner transformer, some glass jars and a piece of stainless steel screen. Worked great in a moldy basement. The light show was an added bonus.
I looked at an ozone generator but they cautioned that it can only be used in a building that is not occupied. Plus ozone has its own smell. Maybe not as bad as oil VOCs but Im hesitant to run an ozone machine in the same building where I have tenants and especially when specifically cautioned against doing so.
I am curious about how your made a home made ozone generator though