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Mold and Mildew Cleaner

Directions & Applications
 Recommended Uses
  • Pre-cleaner for mold/IAQ remediation/restoratoin
  • Carpet, fabric and upholstery cleaning
  • Pet stain and odor removal
  • Ultrasonic Cleaning
  • Cleans clothing and linens
  • Safe for use in automatic washers
  • Removes dried blood and protein stains
  • Cleans rubber, plastic,s stainless steel, vinyl and much more
  • Deodorizes as it cleans
Welcome 2010!
Hopefully 2010 will be better then last year.  The rains are here and strong!  Mold and bacteria can be a problem this time of year.  We have found two products that will solve a lot of issues you may have.  These products will remove mildew on natural stone and grout plus will not etch even polish marbles.
US Army: Sporicidin kills mold more effectively than bleach...

HIO Update, which provides information regarding global medical and veterinary issues of interest to the United States (US) Army, stated that the American Association for the Advancement of Science's reported a 1-year study from the University of Maryland comparing Sporicidin Disinfectant Solution and household bleach finds that Sporicidin is more effective than household bleach in controlling mold fungi (Stachybotrys and Chaetomium) on commonly used building materials (drywall). Sporicidin allowed no growth and provided continuous fungistatic activity for 4 months after application on treated drywall. Household bleach was not effective within one day when it dried. The researchers stated, "because of the recent implications of toxin producing fungi with 'Sick-Building-Syndrome', ways of treating contaminated indoor environments, as well as preventing the contamination of indoor environments, has become a major concern. Treating drywall with a fungistatic compound such as Sporicidin before installation of the drywall may be a more effective means of reducing the hazards of indoor microbial contamination than eradication of mold growth after the homes/buildings have been occupied." 6/5/2003

Sporicidin Enzymatic Cleaner (Concentrated Solution)

Sporicidin Enzymatic Cleaner is a blend of enzymes which effectively clean both natural and synthetic fibers that have been soiled with organic and inorganic debris. This highly effective, low-foaming cleaner and stain remover has a neutral pH, is biodegradable, non-flammable and non-toxic. It is ideal for pre-cleaning areas contaminated with mold and mildew. One quart makes 16 gallons.

To Place An Order for Sporicidin Call
(408) 441-1407

This Month's Recipe... celery soup


Really, you can use just about any cooked medium-sized grain in this recipe. I chose wild rice because I love it alongside celery. 
Puree all of these ingredients in a food processor for about 30 seconds

1 large onion
1 large russet potato
3-4 small -medium carrots
10 medium-length stalks of celery, washed well
3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
2 cloves garlic, chopped
5 cups of lightly-flavored, great tasting, vegetable broth (or water)
2 cups cooked wild rice, brown rice, barley, or wheat berries

1/3 cup celery leaf pesto (optional, but see head notes)
Parmesan cheese, freshly grated (optional)

Chop the onion, potato, carrots, and celery into pieces that are about 1/2-inch or smaller. Do your best to cut everything roughly the same size, this will keep cooking time across the ingredients somewhat uniform. You should end up with about 2 1/2 cups of chopped celery.

In a large thick-bottomed soup pot over medium high heat combine the olive oil, onion, potato, carrots, celery and a few big pinches of salt. Saute for about ten minutes or until the onions and celery soften a touch and expel some water. Stir in the garlic and add the stock. Bring to a simmer and let cook for another 10 minutes or until the celery, carrot and potatoes are just cooked through - resist the urge to over cook them into mush. Stir in the rice a few minutes before the potatoes and carrot are cooked though. Remove the soup from the heat and ladle into soup bowls. Top each with a generous drizzle of the celery leaf pesto (opt) and/or some Parmesan cheese.

Serves about 6.