As described. Good price, better value than when it goes half price at Coles/Woolworths if using S+S.
Note none of these really kill mold, they just wipe the top off.
If an area is mold infected, it will definitely come back
Yeah, it's a waste of money.
In the tropics here and mold will grow on literally everything that isn't moving, walls, doors, shoes in your cupboard, you name it. They only thing I've found that really works is vinegar with clove oil added. Spray it on, leave it 10 minutes, wipe it off, do not rinse.
Mold changes the structure of anything it feeds on, much like rust in metals.The only way to beat it is to deny it what it needs (moisture and low light).
Once its popping out of a plaster panel for example, that panel need to be replaced as it will burst to life again indefinitely once its conditions are met.
If it's all through a panel it's toast for sure, it'll just grow out the other side to which you treated. Even surface mould doesn't die with commercial mould products, needs acid to kill the spores and oil to prevent the fungus from progressing. Painters around here mix clove oil into paint before applying it even.
i am not sure about mould but i used black seed oil on my 8 years old fungus in my toe. its gone and never came back. thinking to using same on mould.
Completely see what you're saying but that's not always an option.
I get mould in the bathroom of my place that I am renting on the roof and walls quite badly. It is poorly ventilated. It's ok in other areas of the unit. But just before winter I give the walls and roof a good spray with this and it doesn't come back until the start of the next winter comes round.
Can't just replace panels if you're renting.
Also it works really well in the shower to get mould out of grooves etc. Works better than other shower cleaners. Hardly a waste of money.
It's basically a bleach spray with some other stuff. You're probably better off with vinegar in most cases. But neither are great on porous materials.
A bleach product like this can work effectively. However as mentioned areas like showers are perfect breeding grounds so mould can likely reoccur. I found this info helpful in dispelling myths about bleach and mould as well as other suggestions of clove oil and vinegar which appear to not be effective really. Valid for household use as well as laundry (clean cloth nappies)
Can I use this product to clean concrete?
Maybe degreaser would be better?
I think sold out. Cheapest is $6.25
That was quick! Will update. Thanks.
Edit: I think only mods can change to sold out!