Eliminate Mold At The Roots MoldOff(R)-Eco-Friendly Mold And Mildew Cleaner

Top Quote Using bleach or popular bleach-based sprays on mold problems is a temporary fix with little or no lasting effect. The simple fact is that bleach does not kill mold at the roots. In short, while using bleach might temporarily reduce the appearance of mold, the roots are waiting just below the surface to grow again. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) September 06, 2010 - MoldOff (www.moldoff.com) is one of the few eco-friendly, safe and effective mold removers on the market today. Formulated for the marine industry, Moldoff is unsurpassed for mold removal, and is also highly effective at removing mildew stains without scrubbing.

    What is mold?
    Mold is a form of fungi with around 100,000 different species. Most fungi, including molds, produce microscopic cells called "spores" that spread readily through the air. Airborne spores are easily inhaled and can be very hazardous to our health. Like seeds, live spores form colonies, and under the right conditions, they multiply rapidly. If not stopped completely, mold can take over an area very quickly.

    Molds come in a variety of colors and textures and can be found all year long, indoors and out. Most molds thrive in damp, warm and humid conditions. It is important to keep in mind that not all molds are harmful and, in fact, many are needed for a healthy ecosystem. However, there are also very harmful molds that can cause a variety of health issues and/or structural damages. Indoor molds are often found, but not limited to, bathrooms, basements, attics, closets, and any room with materials that have been exposed to moisture, water damage, or have poor air flow. Some of the more common indoor molds are Cladosporium, Penicillium, Alternaria, and Aspergillus.

    How to Spot Mold
    Mold is in virtually every environment and is found indoors and outdoors all year round. One of the main sources of growth is any warm dark moist environment. Anytime you have moisture damage you should inspect for mold. Some of the more common sources of moisture problems are flooding, plumbing leaks, roof leaks, condensation, baths or showers, and even unventilated cooking areas. All surfaces should be visually inspected for any signs of mold.

    Mold comes in many colors - white, grey, light green, red, yellow, and many others. There is also a mold referred to as black mold, even though it is not actually black. If you are only looking for the black mold you may very easily overlook many other colored and more toxic molds. Many molds carry a very distinct odor, a very musty smell. This may help you in your inspection for mold. One trick is to shine a very bright flashlight at an angle at the surface in question and look at the area from the same angle. This method makes it much easier to spot lighter harder to see molds. In fact, many of the lighter molds are much more toxic.

    How to Rid of Mold
    Once you spot mold in or around your home, the sooner you get rid of it the easier it will be. MoldOff is easy to use. Simply spray on, let sit for a few hours and wipe off. In most cases MoldOff will remove mold and mildew stains in one application within 24-48 hours. It works on

    * Artificial turf * Asphalt * Astroturf
    * Awnings * Blinds * Boats
    * Bricks * Canvas * Cloth
    * Concrete * Decks * Driveways
    * Fiberglass boats * Golf greens * Leather
    * Limestone * Marble * Outdoor furniture
    * Outdoor/indoor carpet * Patios * Patio furniture
    * Patio umbrellas * Planter pots * Painted surfaces
    * Pool surrounds * Roofs * Sails
    * Tarps * Tennis courts * Teak
    * Tents * Textured finishes * Tiles
    * Vinyl * Wood

    For More Information on Mold or Mold Problems
    Just visit www.moldoff.com and learn more about treating mold problems in commercial buildings and homes, in RVs and vehicles, in boats, outdoors and more!

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