When the inside temperature is warmer than the outdoor temperature, moisture condenses on windows.

If you have your blinds closed, that moisture can transfer easily. Moisture, organic material (like wood, vinyl or cloth) and warmth are all the ingredients mold needs to get a foothold. If the blinds never dry out, they are a perfect environment for mold growth.

Many clients tell us Mold Off® works great to remove mold on blinds, whether they are cloth, wood or vinyl. Simply spray Mold Off® on the affected area and leave it sit. Then gently wipe down the blinds.

Mold Off® is specially formulated not to cause damage or discoloration, so it is safe to use on nearly all surfaces. In addition, it is eco-friendly and safe to use around children and pets. It contains no harsh chemicals so your room won’t end up smelling like a chemical factory. Best of all, Mold Off® destroys mold at the roots, rather than just removing surface growth, so one application should help retard new growth.

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I own a yacht detailing company in Seattle, where mold and mildew thrive because of all the rain we get, and after using many other mildew removers and cleaners in the past, we finally discovered Mold Off® several years ago and that’s all we use now. Other mildew cleaners with bleach in them are too strong and can actually do damage over time, but Mold Off® is mild enough to leave on canvas or other materials without needing to rinse it off while it does its job removing the mildew and keeping it from coming back. My whole detailing crew is equipped with Mold Off® and it’s the only mold and mildew product we use anymore. I highly recommend it if you want clean canvas free of mildew!

- Natalie Sears (Deckhand Detailing)