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    There are now affordable Fog Machines (china) but I am really curious if they really disinfect our cars and how long would the machine last (baka sayang lang ang pera).

    Now, how often should I use it in a month/week?

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    Quote Originally Posted by attyallanlatras View Post
    There are now affordable Fog Machines (china) but I am really curious if they really disinfect our cars and how long would the machine last (baka sayang lang ang pera).

    Now, how often should I use it in a month/week?
    also check out yung ozone generator.. parang same purpose but sabi mas effective daw in disinfection..

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    The dental clinic I visited uses a hand held gun type nano spray (defogger) that they use on the customers as they enter.

    Seems harmless enough but I do not know if this really disinfects effectively. Probably better than nothing at all.

    If it were not for this pandemic, we would not give these gadgets a second look.

    Demonyo talaga itong CHINA WUHAN VIRUS

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    Quote Originally Posted by yapoy86 View Post
    also check out yung ozone generator.. parang same purpose but sabi mas effective daw in disinfection..
    Wag. Ozone will (eventually) cause rubber to crack and plastics to become brittle.

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    ^ Defogger = Removes fog. Why would they defog their patients?

    Anyway, the fog machine is just that.... it creates very fine fog mist that can stay airborne longer. How effective it is lies with the disinfectant solution being used.

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    Nagkamali lang yung nag post. Fogger ibig niya sabihin siguro.

    Para sa akin, wala naman masyado difference yung mga devices na yan with the more common disinfectant in aerosol cans (Lysol, etc.) except na yung sa lata of course hindi refillable. Even if may pandemic, bihira kami mag spray nun sa mga sasakyan namin.

    Every one or two years though, we remove the a/c cabin filters and use those single use foggers in a can para ma-disinfect yung evaporator & interior ng a/c ducts, sabay replace na ng bagong cabin filter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by attyallanlatras View Post
    There are now affordable Fog Machines (china) but I am really curious if they really disinfect our cars and how long would the machine last (baka sayang lang ang pera).

    Now, how often should I use it in a month/week?
    binibilad ko lang ang kotse ko sa ilalim ng tanghaling tapat.

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    Tinted cars may have a problem of letting the sun do its job though.

    One of our cars have light tint installed (50 VLT ata), but it still blocks 99% of UV rays (yung reactive lenses namin barely change color when we drive it, kahit noontime sun pa.)

    I know may pandemic (and we DO take the proper precautions as advised by the experts/authorities) but I think these disinfection products (foggers/ UV lamps, etc.) are excessive and unnecessary, but that's just me.

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