Don't Use Bleach


I would not use bleach to get rid of mold, I found when you use mold happens to come back. There is a few products out there one I did like was the Safe Shield and Molderizer kit.. u can look on the web and should be able to find them. I do not know the exact address.
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On Oct 2, 2:18 pm, snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

Spam, you like both Safe Sheild and Molderizer kit, If conditions that allowed mold to grow in the first place are not fixed, no matter what you use it will come back. The active ingrediant in bleach Sodium Hypochlorate is sold by different names for mold removal, at much higher prices. Bleach is still the easiest and cheapest to use. Dont waste your money on Safe Shield, Molderizer kits. I bet Sodium Hypochlorate is in them.
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On Thu, 2 Oct 2008 12:24:35 -0700 (PDT), ransley
:On Oct 2, 2:18 pm, snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote: :> I would not use bleach to get rid of mold, I found when you use mold :> happens to come back. There is a few products out there one I did like :> was the Safe Shield and Molderizer kit.. u can look on the web and :> should be able to find them. I do not know the exact address. : :Spam, you like both Safe Sheild and Molderizer kit, If conditions that :allowed mold to grow in the first place are not fixed, no matter what :you use it will come back. The active ingrediant in bleach Sodium :Hypochlorate is sold by different names for mold removal, at much :higher prices. Bleach is still the easiest and cheapest to use. Dont :waste your money on Safe Shield, Molderizer kits. I bet Sodium :Hypochlorate is in them.
Yes, bleach is the cheapest. Of course, it leaves nothing to prevent further growth, but it will kill fungus and spores. When I want to do this I generally use a 20% solution.
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On Thu, 2 Oct 2008 12:18:22 -0700 (PDT), snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

Bleach removes mold, but it won't remove moisture. If there is mold growing, stop the moisture and the mold will stop. Mold and mildew don't like metal ions.
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wrote:

Bleach kills mold, but I don't think it removes it. I had some wet and moldy sheet rock inside the basement near a water pool outside, which I removed. I sprayed the bleach and expected the blackish sheet rock to turn white again, but it didn't because the dead mold was still there. Once I painted it white again, everything was fine.
< but it won't remove moisture. If there is mold

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On Oct 2, 2:18 pm, snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

$$ 50.00 $$ a Gallon for Alcohol, only if I can drink it.
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In my garden, I use a solution of baking soda on leaves that are showing fungus infestations. It seems to control it well. Of course, it also leaves a residue, so it remains effective as long as it isn't washed off. I use this on my squash.
Dan
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