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

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

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

Fall Leaves Spawn Mold Spores

Besides beautiful colors, fall brings two things — rain and mold spores. Those heavenly color displays as the leaves change are just the beginnings of a mold nightmare. When the leaves fall, they create a carpet on the damp ground. Deep in the protective layers mold growth starts immediately. The simple task of raking leaves.. read more →

20 Oct 2012

Patios, Decks and Mold, Oh My!

Mold spores are everywhere, particularly outdoors. In humid climates, those spores find purchase on brick, concrete, cement, slate and even on composite decking materials. They feed on dust and organic particles hidden in the crevices of the stone. Then they begin to break down the stone itself —a process that can eventually require extensive repairs.. read more →