Mold grows practically anywhere there is warmth and moisture, which makes your car, RV, camper or other vehicle an ideal location for it to flourish. However, it is usually the last place people think of when they think of mold. Automobiles and RVs have dozens of places where mold can grow, many times undetected. Mold
As the summer comes to a close, most of us will put our boats and marine equipment in dry-dock until next year. To prevent an unwanted surprise next spring, you should treat everything – every single surface of your marine equipment – with a mold product. Mold can grow on virtually any surface of your
Natural disasters such as hurricanes and tropical storms cause massive damage all around the world every year. Unfortunately, the damage does not stop when the water subsides. After the devastating hurricanes Katrina and Rita, the CDC reported 46% of homes had visible mold growth in them. Mold spores can grow as fast as 24 to 48 hours after exposure to water, so you must act quickly to protect your property.
The heavy winds and rains associated with severe storms can cause plenty of damage to and around your neighborhood, but it is the high waters and flooding that you really ruin your home. Once water is inside your home, drywall and other building materials literally act like the wick of a candle, pulling water from
Heat and humidity are two necessary ingredients to the growth of mold and mildew. That makes most bathrooms the number one spot in the home for mold growth, and the shower curtain tops the list! Most people use some type of plastic liner top protect the rest of the bathroom from splash. The plastic liner
You’ve just finished a fantastic camping weekend. You break down the tent and head home. A month or so later, when you set your tent up on the next trip, you discover the tent canvas or material has developed a nasty case of mold and mildew. Unless you are camping someplace with absolutely no moisture,