MoldOff Kills Mold on Vinyl Siding

I first used this product three years ago on my vinyl siding that had extensive mold buildup as the sun never hits certain areas of the house. I know the recommended ratio of water to Moldoff is 3:1 but I diluted at a ratio of approximately 8:1 because I planned on using a large sponge.. read more →

31 Aug 2015

Removing Fungus from Artificial Grass

Thanks for delivering your product two weeks ago. We sprayed the affected area in the artificial grass before leaving town. Upon our return, the spray had cleaned all the fungi. Two new locations have started growth and I have sprayed them this morning. I would like to order more product so I have it on.. read more →

02 Sep 2014

Mold & Air Conditioner Coils

There exists a little known, special relationship between mold and air conditioning coils.  Ironically, the air conditioning you rely on to keep your air fresh and healthy and cool in the summer, may be doing just the opposite. The coil of your air conditioner is always damp when it is running, which means it is.. read more →

What Is Mycotoxin?

A mycotoxin is a toxic substance produced by organisms in the fungus kingdom, commonly known as mold. Oddly enough, not all molds produce harmful toxins. In fact, many more molds are safe than the dangerous few. Beneficial molds produce medicine like penicillin and help cheese develop. In nature, hundreds of molds help break down leaves,.. read more →

Filtering Out Mold Spores

Even after the first frost and well into the winter, mold spores are alive and well. One way to get rid of these airborne menaces is to put a good filter on your furnace. But what types of filters are necessary to filter out mold spores? Disposable Filters: These are the most popular choice for.. read more →

Molds Can Survive Harsh Conditions

Did you know that some molds can survive even in harsh conditions like those in the Antarctic? In fact, many molds can withstand refrigeration and chilly temperatures. The spores wait, dormant, until conditions are right to begin growing again. Spring weather often brings unpleasant surprises to homeowners, when mold appears on brickwork, patios, outdoor furniture.. read more →

25 Jan 2014