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Old July 15th, 2019, 10:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey everyone

From few days an odour was in my room. Initially I thought that it may be some junk in my room is creating the smell. But I cleaned my room and the surroundings. After that too the odour was present. One I switched of my AC and wend for work. When I returned the junk smell was not there. I understood that it was coming out of the AC. Later I asked my friend about this junk smell. She told me that it may be because of dirty filter in the AC and she asked me to go for HVAC service. Once the service is done the smell may go. I have called them and they told me that they will come in two days. Is there any way to prevent the smell that is coming out? It will be great if you can help me here. Thanks in advance
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Old August 23rd, 2019, 08:10 AM   #2 (permalink)
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YES, you need a manual screen printing press next to a home sewing machine(not a fancy one, just something you picked up at WalMart) and then next to that you need a commercial embroidery machine... something expensive like a ZSK but not plastic like a Melco (nowadays) unless you can find a Melco Superstar as those are beasts!! Anyhoo when you have the three items mentioned in a line on a South facing wall in your home you just need to burn some sage and chant any jibberish and the "odour" sic will never occur again.

try it! OH and let me know about that Melco Superstar I would be interested in buying it from you after the ritual.
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