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There exists a little known, special relationship between mold and air conditioning coils. Ironically, the air conditioning you rely on to keep your air fresh and healthy and cool in the summer, may be doing just the opposite. The coil of your air conditioner is always damp when it is running, which means it is an ideal environment in which mold can breed and thrive.
Mold and mildew are often mistaken for each other, but they are actually produced by different types of fungi although both reproduce from spores. They both grow in the same moist and warm environments, however, mildew is more often found in showers, on paper and fabrics, while mold is found more often in foods and
Leather provides an ideal environment for mold to grow Leather has organic material that mold loves to feed on. Plus it absorbs and holds moisture — another essential ingredient for mold take hold. Leather items like saddles, bridles, chaps, coats and gloves spend most of their lives in hard use outdoors, putting them into almost
Warm, damp places with plenty of organic material to feed on are ideal conditions for mold to grow. Basements, by definition, tend to be a little damp, simply because they are below ground. However, there are some things you can do to prevent mold growth. First, control the humidity level in the basement. Humidity levels
After a summer of fun, most people store their boats, RVs, campers, pool and patio equipment and more. All of these items are notorious for trapping organics materials — dust, skin cells, little critters like bugs, pollen, plant material and more – it’s all mold’s favorite food! If there is the slightest amount of dampness