“Eliminates odours without just masking”. The “just” in that sentence very much implies that some form of masking is taking place, but if the odour were being eliminated, masking shouldn’t be necessary. I suppose it might be possible that a given odour requires masking prior to elimination, but that seems a bit far-fetched – unless someone can prove it, I want at least one head on a stick (for wasting resources/my time; I’ve yet to decide on the order).


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