Don't Use Bleach To Kill Mold, Bleach Does Not Kill Mold

Bleach Does Not Kill Mold or Mildew

The bottom line is that bleach does NOT kill mold or mildew. It may kill the visible mold, but the chemical ingredients in the bleach do NOT penetrate into porous surfaces to kill mold roots. Ironically, only the water in the bleach will penetrate into porous surfaces, which actually helps the mold roots and spores to grow since they need water to grow.

Don’t take our word for it. Check out the following article published by the National Organization of Remediators and Mold Inspectors. They’re the experts.

Mold and grime on sarnafil roof before EBB Cleaner Prep mold remover

EBB Case Study – Sarnafil Roof Mold Problem

The owner of a commercial building in Georgia discovered a bad mold problem on his sarnafil roof. He didn’t want to use a toxic mold cleaner that would be bad for the environment. So he did some research and discovered our non-toxic, water-based Endurance BioBarrier Cleaner Prep. His mold problem was cleaned up quickly and easily. Check out the before and after photos in this case study article. He then used Endurance BioBarrier to prevent regrowth of the mold. It’s guaranteed to last up to 2 years on exposed surfaces like roofing, siding, bricks and concrete.

Toxic Black Mold Syndrome Sympotms

Toxic Black Mold Syndrome Symptoms

This is a Fox News special segment video in which Dr. Elizabeth Vaughan is interviewed about the health issues caused by black mold. She does a great job covering the basics.

It is estimated that 10 million people in the U.S. have health problems caused by allergic reactions to black mold and other molds. Unfortunately, many people are mis-diagnosed and as a result, they don’t think to inspect their home, apartment or office for mold problems. Since hidden mold is never looked for and removed, their symptoms do not improve.