MoldOff For Use in Autos and Homes

“My wife found Moldoff (she doesn’t remember how) when I was in Afghanistan and she checked on my truck and found it full of mold – we live in Florida, on the coast, and even on a good day we have high humidity. My wife sprayed the mold in the truck and she was delightfully.. read more →

12 Oct 2012

Tackling Tough Mold Problems in Hawaii

The tropics are an ideal place for mold to flourish. A warm, moist climate is perfect for explosive mold growth. Some places in Hawaii receive as much as 125 inches of rainfall per year. Roughly speaking, there are two seasons in Hawaii: from November through April the climate is cooler and more humid, with daily.. read more →

11 Oct 2012

Stay Away From Bleach

A study by Professor Jeffrey Morrell, Dept. of Wood Science, Oregon State University, found that bleach doesn’t eliminate surface micro flora. To put it simply, bleach doesn’t kill the roots of the mold, only bleaches it away so we think it has been taken care of. So not only is bleach ineffective on mold and.. read more →

04 Oct 2012

Devour Plus Delivers!

I wanted to write you about your products. I purchased the Devour Plus to see if it would get rid of the odor from my cats spraying on the wall and carpet. I think I have probably tried every similar type product from the pet stores with little success. They seemed to work for maybe.. read more →

03 Oct 2012

Schools and Mold and Indoor Air Quality

It’s back-to-school time. Fall brings not only the start of a stormy period, but as the leaves change, they fall the ground and begin to mold, releasing plenty of mold spores into the air. The combination of moisture and spores is a recipe for mold growth. Moisture problems in school buildings can be caused by.. read more →

Mold and the 2012 Hurricane Season

The Atlantic hurricane season begins on June 1, and runs through November 30, but the peak period is in early fall: August through October. For the entire six-month season, which begins June 1, NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center says there’s a 70 percent chance of nine to 15 named storms (with top winds of 39 mph.. read more →

18 Sep 2012