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What is Dry Fog

If you have walked through fog when clouds touch the ground, then you know what dry fog looks and feels like. While it is made up of moisture, you can’t feel the moisture more than you could on a humid day. This is why we use the term “dry.” There are foggers used on Halloween …

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How do I get rid of mold?

There are over-the-counter products like “Kilz” and others that will slow, or even stop mold growth. However, this will not always eliminate the problem and can still cause serious health effects. To ensure your home is completely mold-free call Mold Busters or another certified mold remediation company to take care of the issue for you.

What causes mold to grow?

Mold spores are constantly flowing throughout the open air. However, in open spaces, they are combined with so much fresh air that they hardly ever have an effect on the body. Sometimes, especially in spring, the outdoor count gets too high and create outdoor allergies. No looking indoors, if moisture gets onto a porous surface …

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Can I use Bleach to get rid of mold?

This is a common misconception when it comes to mold treatment. But the bleach doesn’t kill the mold. They lose their color and appear to be gone, however, the spores will not die. They continue to grow and spread, often getting worse because the bleach can add moisture and humidity.

Is mold harmful to breathe?

There are many common particles in the air that can be harmful to breathe. Mold definitely makes the list! The type of mold, the quantity of it in the home, as well as the individual’s tolerances will all factor into the actual effects the mold has. Mold is often not visible in the home and …

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Is mold in the house dangerous?

Yes, it is. As mold grows it releases toxic spores through the house. They can get into the vents and be pumped through the entire house. These spores are then breathed in by the occupants and can cause serious medical problems.

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