This product does not treat or prevent mold. It is meant to remove the stains caused by mold and mildew. This product should be applied to remove the stains caused by mold first, and then you should apply Bora-Care with Mold Care to actually treat the existing mold and prevent future mold growth.
Mold-Clean is the perfect cleaner to apply to remove mold and mildew stains, especially before a Bora-Care application. Mold-Clean will not prevent mold, but will remove staining and discoloration.
• Eliminates mold and mildew stains.
• Cleans and brightens weathered wood.
• Pleasantly scented.
• Contains special wetting agents and detergents.
• Penetrates deep into wood pores for thorough stain removal, which bleach cannot do.
• Minimizes or eliminates scrubbing.
• Perfect for water damage on all building materials.
|Active Ingredient:||Sodium Hypochlorite 5%|
|Target pests:||Stains and Discoloration caused by Mold|
|Yield:||1 gallon treats 150 - 200 square|
|Manufactured By:||Nisus (UPC: 616609111124)|
Mold-Clean presents a totally new revenue stream for your company.
Many builders face mold problems in their structures. As lumber sits outside exposed to the moisture, mold begins to grow. The builders know from experience that once the house is dried-in, the mold will disappear. However, homeowners get very upset when they see mold growing on the lumber of their new home.
Mold-Clean is the solution to remove those unsightly stains. Your technicians can keep the lumber in an entire subdivision clean with minimal effort. Mold-Clean is not a pesticide, so it can also be sold to builders for their application.
Mold-Clean At A Glance
Remember, Mold-Clean is a stain remover only and will not kill mold spores. Should both jobs be required, use Mold-Clean to remove the stain and then apply Bora-Care with Mold-Care to kill and prevent mold.
A fact you should know: Neither cleaning or eliminating mold will stop it from reoccurring if conditions remain conducive for growth. The enemy is moisture. Permanently solving mold problems will require fixing and maintaining moisture levels in the home.
A Closer Look
Can be sold directly to builders
If you work with builders, Mold-Clean offers you a chance for additional revenue. Apply the product for the builder, or teach builders how to apply it and sell them Mold-Clean packaged in 1 gallon bottles. Mold-Clean creates an easy and continuous sale.
Easy to apply
Mold-Clean can be applied directly to an affected area of a wall or any other surface with a sprayer, sponge or damp cloth to thoroughly remove mildew discoloration and stains. Follow all label directions.
Professional grade stain remover
It is the most powerful mold discoloration remover and surface conditioner available. In fact, Mold Clean is five times more effective than bleach alone. It is the only product you need to truly clean a mold stained area with out the intense smell of bleach.
The Science Behind Mold-Clean
Mold-Clean is a cost-effective unique technology that combines a strong oxidizing agent for color stain removal with a high pH tolerant surfactant to help wet surfaces and penetrate wood as an anti-corrosive stabilizer.
In the past, people have tried to use bleach, but its EPA label does not allow this use, it is not good at wetting surfaces and it leaves behind sodium hydroxide, which is very corrosive to metal fixtures and fittings and can damage wood. EPA also does not recommend bleach, but suggests a surfactant or detergent for cleaning mold.
Mold-Clean is the answer and combines all the appropriate properties.
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13 of 14 people found this review helpful:
Mold-Clean is household bleach
By Woodrow on October 13, 2011
The one and only ingredient of Mold-Clean is 5% sodium hypochlorite. The one and only ingredient of household or laundry bleach is 3 to 6% sodium hypochlorite, and you can easily get stronger solutions.
11 of 11 people found this review helpful:
Bleach was better!
By Jeanne on April 12, 2012
Used the mold-clean to remove mold stains on wood in attic. It did nothing. Sprayed bleach on and the wood looks like new.
1 of 2 people found this review helpful:
not just bleach
By Joe on December 24, 2012
I'm considering this product, but calling it exactly the same as bleech isn't entirely accurate. Companies only have to list hazardous chemicals on the product label. So, yes, that part of this solution is simply bleach. The difference is that this product at least markets itself as containing wetting agents and detergents. It might not make a difference, but the company is claiming it offers better penetration for wood than bleach (i.e. what wetting agents do). I have bought enough bleach-like solutions to know that some are better than others.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
By John on February 6, 2013
I used this product to clean off the staining. Was easy to use and the instructions were easy to follow. No mixing made it even better. Area I sprayed looks like new! I recommend this product.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
Not what I thought
By Jon on July 26, 2014
I wanted to use this product along with bora care with mold care for a crawlspace . I wasn't aware you need to rinse off the mold clean with water . Nissus actually says power wash it off , not possible in a crawlspace . Overall I'm not satisfied with this product , guess I needed to research it more .
By Jose on June 11, 2014
The wood looks like brand new and clean. I recommend this product to any one.
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August 15, 2011James from Woodland Hills, Ca asked:
QWhy is Boracare w/mold care $117.95 VS Boracare @ $77.45 plus Mold Clean @ $23.50 or $100.96?
AComparing Boracare with MoldCare to Boracare and Mold Clean is comparing apples to oranges. Mold Clean is only going to remove the stain from mold, it does not kill mold or prevent mold. Mold Clean is supposed to be used in addition to the Boracare with Moldcare to remove unsightly mold and mildew stains. Boracare by itself does not kill or prevent mold.
August 10, 2012Larry from Kingston, Tn asked:
QHow do I clean floor joists that have wood fungus before applying Boracare
ATo clean the stains that fungus or mold have caused, you can apply Mold Clean first. After Mold Clean is applied you can apply Bora-Care.
April 27, 2010Barney asked:
QHow should I use Mold Clean in my crawl space?
I have mold in a crawl space. I plan to use Bora-Care with Mold-Care to kill it but would like to use Mold-Clean to remove the black stains. The directions state that you should rinse the Mold-Care with a high pressure stream. That is not feasible in a crawl space or attic. Any suggestions?
AFor best results the label for Mold-Clean recommends using a high pressure stream but you are right, it is not feasible to do this in a crawl space or attic space. We would recommend wetting the stained area with water, then spray the Mold-Clean on the area and let sit for 10 minutes. Do not allow the product to dry, keep wet with water in a spray bottle if necessary. Then after the Mold-Clean has sat on the wood for 10 minutes, take a scrub brush and a bucket of water and scrub the stained area using a liberal amount of water. This should help get the wood pretty close to the same effect of using a high pressure stream.
August 23, 2010Jerry asked:
QThe product says it does not treat mold, but if you use Bora-Care with Moldcare which do you use first?
Shouldn't I treat the mold first then clean it? Thanks.
April 30, 2011Srinath asked:
QCan I use Mold-Clean to clean shower trays and bath tubs? Will it be safe?
AMold-Clean is not labeled to treat indoors in household fixtures like showers and tubs. It is intended to remove mold stains on wood and concrete. You should use a household bleach cleaner for mold in tubs and showers.