19 Dec 2013

How To Remove Mold From Leather

You don’t often think of leather and mold problems at the same time. However, leather provides an ideal environment for mold to grow — it has organic material that mold loves to feed on. Plus it absorbs and holds moisture — another essential ingredient for mold take hold. Leather items like saddles, bridles, chaps, coats and gloves spend most of their lives in hard use outdoors, putting them into almost constant contact with air born mold spores, moisture, rain and damp condition. It is no surprise then that leather items can grow moldy. This is how to remove mold from leather.

We recently received a letter from a happy customer who used MoldOff on a pair of chaps he’d left lying in a wet truck bed. The brown leather was literally covered with green mold. After one use MoldOff, the mold was gone and it didn’t harm or discolor the leather in any way, including the rough-dyed side. The customer was delighted and let us know how happy he was with such a cost-saving solution.

MoldOff is incredibly easy to use of any surface including leather. . Just spray MoldOff on surfaces and walk way. Let MoldOff do the hard work for you. There’s no scrubbing and no harsh chemicals like other products that might harm or discolor the leather. Best of all MoldOff is a green, eco-friendly, pH neutral and biodegradable product that is safe around all types of animals. Which means you can treat that saddle or bridle, wipe it down and put it right back on your horse.

MoldOff destroys mold at the source, unlike other harsh chemicals that may only attack surface mold and completely miss the roots that have burrowed deep into the leather. It also helps prevent the reoccurrence of mold or can be used to prevent it before it can take hold.

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