MoldSTAT_Plus_Barrier

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We received the following inquiry from Deanna, a technology contractor, via email:

“During a recent move we found it necessary to store some clothing and other household items in a storage locker. When we opened the locker we found mold and mildew on a number of items. Can MoldStat be used on mildewed wood furniture?  I found white mold/mildew inside my wooden dresser drawers.  Can MoldStat Barrier also be used on wood furniture?   Would these 2 products get rid of the odor inside my dresser?” Continue reading

Cleaning Mold from Subfloor and Carpet

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The Inquiry

We received the following inquiry from Andrew, a concerned homeowner, via email:

“I have black mold on plywood flooring. I ripped up the carpet that was there and that is what I found underneath. What products or kit would you recommend me purchasing? It is a smaller area.” Continue reading

What Is Mold?

Mold, most simply put, is one of two physical forms that members of the very large Kingdom of the Fungi can take. In the classification systems of all life forms, a Kingdom is the very largest group, and there are only five such groups recognized at this time, those being: red algae, green plants, animals, fungi and a more recently discovered group called stramenopiles (I have chosen to not use the more formal Latin names for the sake of simplicity and clarity). The other physical form that fungi can take is yeast. A very small number of fungi, including some that can cause devastating disease in humans, can exist in either the mold or the yeast form, depending on environmental conditions and sometimes the age of the colony. However, the vast majority of fungi are either mold, otherwise known as filamentous fungi because of the ways in which they grow and reproduce by means of filaments known as hyphae, or yeasts.

Mold and Yeast Growing on Petri Dish
Mold and Yeast Growing on Petri Dish

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Mold Removal Products : Information and Reviews

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