Did you know that some molds can survive even in harsh conditions like the Antarctic. In fact, many molds can withstand refrigeration and chill temperatures. The spores wait, dormant, until conditions are right to begin growing again. Spring weather often brings unpleasant surprises to homeowners, when mold appears on brickwork, patios, outdoor furniture and more.

One way to help prevent unpleasant surprises in the spring is to treat your outdoor surfaces with Mold Off® in the fall. Unlike bleach products, Mold Off® destroys mold at the roots. Mold Off® also acts like a barrier and helps prevent mold from growing back. Of course, mold spores are everywhere outdoors, so it is impossible to kill them all, but you can tackle the places you know mold like to grow in your outdoor areas.

If you store your patio furniture (cushions, umbrellas, etc.) for the winter months, it is a good idea to treat them with Mold Off® before putting them away. Canvas and cloth are particularly tasty items to mold. If you store the item some place that has even a hint of warmth, you’ll be in for an unpleasant surprise in the spring.

Be proactive and destroy mold before it destroys your outdoor getaway spot.

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I bought a gallon bottle of your concentrate for use around our lake house. I was amazed at the effectiveness of the product. I had a bad mold situation on our pontoon boat carpeting. I soaked the carpet and let it dry. Once dry I used a stiff bristle brush to loosen up the residue and then vacuumed up the loose residue. The carpeting stayed mold free for over a year. I also used your product on some green mold on vinyl siding on the north side of our house. I just sprayed it on with a pump style garden sprayer and let it sit. I had to do nothing else. The green mold disappeared. That was 2 years ago and it is about time for me to do it again. I have found that your product also works extremely well on our wooden deck and surrounding cement pavers. I want to thank you for developing such a great product.

- D. Santucci