After a summer of rain, heat and humidity, it is possible that your deck has developed mold, especially in those spots that tend to be in the shade. Whether your deck is made of wood or composite, there are plenty of nooks and crannies where mold can easily take root and spread.

In addition, wood offers plenty of biomass on which mold can feed. While mold outdoors is a natural and even beneficial part of the ecosystem, it is not all that attractive on your decking. In addition, left untended, you’ll be replacing that decking frequently since mold destroys the surfaces where it lives and then begins eating the layers underneath. So before winter sets in, it’s a good idea to remove the mold and help prevent its slow growth over the winter months.

To help remove the summer’s mold growth and winterize your deck, there is a simple solution. Mold Off® is a green, eco-friendly, pH neutral and biodegradable mold removal product that destroys mold at the source and helps prevent reoccurrence. The product is safe for most surfaces including wood and won’t discolor wood or composite material. It removes mold better than the other harsh products on the market, and it won’t cause any dangerous health issues

Mold Off® is simple to use. Just spray it on and walk away, then brush the decking down with a damp cloth, mop or brush. Then spray a light layer but do not remove. This will help prevent or retard mold growth during the damp winter months.

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I have a small Ship’s Store in Cos Cob, CT. A few years back a customer came in and told me about a product he used on his sailboat that sunk in Long Island Sound during a severe storm. He said his boat was covered in mold and told me about your product Mold Off®. He said he went in the boat and just sprayed down the entire boat with Mold Off®. He said all the mold was gone when he went back to check. Ever since that day, I have become a huge fan of your product and I sell it in my store. It has a huge following and I can hardly keep it in stock!

- Diane DeNardo, Palmer Point Marina