On the Home Front: Making Mold & Mildew Disappear

Nancy Ostergaard with Cooperative Extension teaches us some of the causes of household mold and how to clean it properly.

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5 thoughts on “On the Home Front: Making Mold & Mildew Disappear

  1. Dead live in dormant mold is just as bad for your health is what's living there is no magic praecipes – If there is an issue proper mitigation company should following the IICRC S -520 protocol is what I always recommend – you should consider telling your audience about the scams of the mold removal company's and dangers – companies are using the enzyme to neutralize the mold without removing not following the proper protocol – The enzyme is not approved for mold treatment – The enzyme is a bacteria-catalyst – breathing such over time might be as bad for your health or worse for your health than mold itself – I have been unable to find any case study – Several physicians are telling me that this could be like the new asbestos 20 years from now – Scams do not just exist in Pittsburgh it's everywhere – scammers and it's scary.

  2. Throw away your bleach! BibleGod provides this procedure for killing mildew:
    To purify the house of mildew take 2 birds, cedar wood, scarlet yarn and hyssop. Kill one of the birds over fresh water in a clay pot. Then take the cedar wood, hyssop, scarlet yarn and the live bird, dip them into the blood of the dead bird and fresh water, and sprinkle the house 7 times. Then he is to release the live bird in the open fields outside the town. In this way it will be clean." [Leviticus. 14:48-53]

  3. If you have not removed the source of the water and moisture problem then the mold will grow right back, the only permanent solution to mold is by physical removal, bleach does not kill mold, it only turns it while, bleach is mostly water, water is the worst thing you want to put on mold. Dead mold can be just as allergic to dead mold. Mildew is not found on indoor environments, only outdoors. I have been studying mold for over 10 years now.

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