Preventing Mold in the Basement

Basements, by definition, tend to be a little damp, simply because they are below ground. Warm, damp places with plenty of organic material to feed on are ideal condition for mold to grow. However, there are some things you can do to prevent mold growth. First, control the humidity level in the basement. Humidity levels.. read more →

17 Oct 2013

Prevent Mold on Summer Sporting and Travel Equipment

After a summer of fun, most people store their boats, RVs, campers, pool and patio equipment and more. All of these items are notorious for trapping organics materials — dust, skin cells, little critters like bugs, pollen, plant material and more – it’s all mold’s favorite food! If there is the slightest amount of dampness.. read more →

25 Sep 2013

Fighting Mold After a Hurricane

The hurricane season is upon us. Heavy rains, damaging winds, high coastal waters, flooding — all can cause damage to your property, both indoors and outdoors. With that much water and humidity, you can bet mold will flourish. Mold is extremely hardy and can grow in temperatures between 40F and 100F. That means that after.. read more →

12 Sep 2013

Boat Owners Battle Mold

Mix water, humidity, canvas, fabric and rope and you’ve got a recipe for mold. Why? Mold loves organic substances, all the better because organic stuff is their favorite food. That’s why boat owners fight a never ending battle against mold on their water craft, whether it is in the sails, the seats, in carpet, on.. read more →

30 Jul 2013

Prevent Mold on Swimming Pool Equipment and Outdoor Furniture

During the summer months, kids and adults are in and out of the swimming pool constantly. Wet bodies land on outdoor furniture, constantly soaking the outdoor fabric of cushions and seating. Dampness and organic substances — those are two vital ingredients for the growth of mold — and the fibers of outdoor furniture and padding.. read more →

01 Jul 2013

MoldOff Safe for Carpets and Vinyl Siding

I bought a gallon bottle of your concentrate for use around our lake house. I was amazed at the effectiveness of the product. I had a bad mold situation on our pontoon boat carpeting. I soaked the carpet and let it dry. once dry I used a stiff bristle brush to loosen up the residue.. read more →

18 Jun 2013