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The oxy­gen we breathe (O2) con­sists of two oxy­gen mol­e­cules but ozone (O3) - which oc­curs nat­u­rally in the at­mos­phere when there is a light­ning strike - has three. Known as na­ture's dis­in­fec­tant, ozone is around 3,000 times more pow­er­ful and faster act­ing than chlo­rine at killing bac­te­ria, fun­gus, mould and odours.

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