Guaranteed Mold Prevention with Endurance BioBarrier

October 22, 2014  |  By  |  Impressions: 689  | 

Do you want the longest lasting protection possible against mold, mildew, germs, musty odors and dry rot?? Then read this brochure. It highlights the competitive advantages offered by our Endurance BioBarrier Mold Prevention Spray. For example, it has an innovative, non-toxic, non-corrosive formula that significantly outlasts competitors. And it works on virtually all indoor and outdoor surfaces, including fabrics. Protects through HUNDREDS of wet-dry cycles. Thanks to this high-tech formula, we can offer unbeatable guarantees for both residential and commercial users: 6 months on high traffic surfaces such as bathrooms, floors and carpets, 2 years on indoor/outdoor surfaces of all types, 10 years in HVAC ducts, and 25 years in enclosed areas such as attics, wall cavities and insulation. The active ingredients are a proprietary blend of biocides and fungicides that are EPA registered to inhibit 99.9% of mold, mildew and germs within 48 hours, including black mold. We recommend first cleaning moldy or dirty surfaces using our non-toxic Mold & Grime Cleaner Prep. Then simply apply a light coating of our Mold Prevention Spray and let it air dry. No harmful fumes. Stop using bleach to fight mold and mildew. Did you know that years ago the EPA and OSHA stopped recommending bleach for mold remediation? Studies have shown that bleach does not kill mold roots embedded in porous surfaces like grout, wood and drywall. That's why mold regrows so quickly when using bleach products to clean away and get rid of mold. Of course, bleach is also harmful to people, surfaces and the environment. Did you know that childhood asthma has been linked to mold growth in the home? Mold remediation in the home can help improve the child's asthma. - The EPA did a joint study with Berkeley Labs that found that building dampness and mold raised the risk of a variety of respiratory illnesses and asthma by 30% to 50%. - A Mayo Clinic research team found that most of the 37 million chronic sinus infections in the USA each year are caused by mold exposure. For mold tips, product info, and free benefits for professional mold remediators, readers should visit

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