We've been using it for years, in boats, in aircraft, in automobiles. It's bad for tire rubber, but that's about it. If you look at all the rubbers used in boats, per the ABYC(American Boat and Yacht Council), which are in accordance with ASTM D 2000 and other industry specs, they are 99% Ozone resistant.Originally Posted by Wild
Detailers and cleaners hate it, because it cuts down on their business.
Fact: Ozone works.
Don't be afraid of it. Most auto detailers use it, most of the largest hotel chains use it, airports, Hospitals, Hertz Rent-A-Car, Avis, etc., etc.
(I have the customer lists and their testimonials, I also reverse engineer many rubber products. You'd be hard pressed to find any rubber products nowadays that are notwithstanding of ozone.)
Nothing is as effective as a germicidal, fungicidal, antimicrobial, disinfectant as Ozone is.