The importance of Carbon MonoxideDetectors and using a Goodsphere/Pureaire

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Found 22nd Feb 2009
I am convinced a Goodsphere saved my sister's life, she had a snake and a hamster die within a week of each other, then had her boiler checked, it was condemned, she also has a wood burning fire when that wa checked she was told not to use until it had been repaired and services and chimney swept, and she was told it was probably that that killed the two pets, she is so very lucky, she uses a goodsphere, as do I, and it cleans the air, I believe it saved her.
So everyone out there get Carbon Monoxide Detectors, preferably the plug in ones and be safe.

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Glad she's ok and found out in time :thumbsup:

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The goodsphere doesnt actually remove carbon monoxide from the air! LOL!
Thats the most dangerous piece of mis-information I've ever read on HUKD!

Mascherano;4456647

The goodsphere doesnt actually remove carbon monoxide from the air! … The goodsphere doesnt actually remove carbon monoxide from the air! LOL!Thats the most dangerous piece of mis-information I've ever read on HUKD!



Indeed. :lol:

This sorta thread further emphasises the need to service your heating appliances on a regular basis.

Glad she and her family are ok.

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Mascherano;4456647

The goodsphere doesnt actually remove carbon monoxide from the air! … The goodsphere doesnt actually remove carbon monoxide from the air! LOL!Thats the most dangerous piece of mis-information I've ever read on HUKD!



I dont know much about carbon monoxide and didnt until this happened, I presumed that having an air purifyer may have helped clean the air and as her two animals had died within a week of each other was just so glad that she was ok, so people take no notice of the air purifyer bit but please take notice of getting a Carbon Monoxide Detector:thumbsup:

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octobergirl;4456908

I dont know much about carbon monoxide and didnt until this happened, I … I dont know much about carbon monoxide and didnt until this happened, I presumed that having an air purifyer may have helped clean the air and as her two animals had died within a week of each other was just so glad that she was ok, so people take no notice of the air purifyer bit but please take notice of getting a Carbon Monoxide Detector:thumbsup:


Can't argue with that!

Anybody recommend a good detector?. Thanks

Thank you for sharing this hon. Glad your sister and her family are okay.

We have a carbon monoxide detector already and have all our gas appliances serviced every 12 months x x

Lloyds pharmacy still doin them for £12.99, bargain

Sloth/Mod

Good advice. I picked one up a few years ago for £14.99 from B&Q. Still on the original battery. lol

Picked a CO detector today at B&Q for £10. Battery powered.
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