I've been digitally printing for years and have recently started using a pair of ozone generating air cleaners around the house. The cat's litter box odor and any musty, mildewy smell is gone from the basement. Our dog, who got skunked a few weeks ago, did a number on our rugs and textiles, but thanks to these little air cleaners, they're really clearing the remaining scent. I can definitely smell the ozone coming out of them when I stick my face next to them - which gets me wondering - am I killing my (Epson 2200 - 4000 - 9600 mostly, some Iris) prints with the same "atmospheric pollution" that Wilhelm uses to torture test prints in his lab?
Or are these gizmos putting out very little of the type of ozone that can cause a reaction in the inkjet prints? I'm not a chemist, nor do I know how much ozone these little home units crank out.
Would my old 1280 prints simply turn orange or green if I stuck them under the ozone output? Might be fun ;-)