The tropics are an ideal place for mold to flourish. A warm, moist climate is perfect for explosive mold growth. Some places in Hawaii receive as much as 125 inches of rainfall per year.
Roughly speaking, there are two seasons in Hawaii: from November through April the climate is cooler and more humid, with daily high temperatures of about 81°F and lows of 65°F at night. More rain falls during the cooler season, but there are also many lovely sunny days. From June through October the climate is warmer and drier with daily high temperatures of about 84°F and lows of 70°F at night. Most people divide the year into two climate periods — the Dry Season and the Humid Season. With average humidity levels at 63% in Honolulu year around, plus the warm temperatures, mold can flourish.
It is impossible to prevent airborne mold spores from entering a building unless you set up a completely sterile environment — both impractical and nearly impossible. Therefore, one way to control the growth of mold is to reduce the amount of relative humidity inside a home or office building. A good humidifier can keep humidity levels between 30-50%. Even then, mold is tenacious and can still take hold. And while controlling humidity indoors may control mold growth in a building, the outdoor surfaces in Hawaii are still fair game to mold.
Mold Off® is ideal for use on dozens of surfaces in Hawaii, from canvas to stone, countertops to showers, boats to automobiles and much more. Mold Off® is a powerful, effective and eco-friendly tool, which was formulated for the marine industry. It is unsurpassed for mold control, and it is also highly effective and cleaning mildew stains … without scrubbing. It is easy to use. Simply spray on, let sit for a few hours and wipe off. In most cases Mold Off® will remove mold and mildew stains in one application within 24-48 hours. Since Mold Off® destroys mold at the roots, not just removing the surface problem, Mold Off® is a great way to prevent reoccurrence. In short, Mold Off® is an ideal mold removal solution for a tropical climate like Hawaii.