What do you do with clothes after mold remediation?

Here's a link to a post on the use of the EC3 clothing additive. It also contains other links on clothes and one on how to clean the washing machine to remove mold, since you will have to do so to prevent it from also becoming contaminated. If you're moving to a safe place, I would rule out anything porous or that can't be machine washed with a mild detergent, hot water, and an EC3 clothing additive. It's not worth the risk of cross-contamination or of having more health consequences.

Therefore, the sabbatical period to avoid mold is very similar to a trial to avoid food intake, in which even small amounts of gluten or other substances are eliminated from the diet for a set period of time and then reintroduced. Follow the recommendations provided by your mold remediation technician on cleaning or handling items exposed to mold. Anyone who delves into the online mold community will immediately encounter many people who will insist that all victims of mold must dispose of all their possessions if they are to have any chance of moving toward well-being. You can try to clean non-porous things, but with wood, you almost need to remove the finish to effectively get rid of mold.

In addition, going through the sabbatical process of mold provides people with a starting point to assess the extent to which they are exposed to mold toxins in general, increasing the chances that they will be able to make safer decisions regarding the future purchase of homes and products. However, not all people looking to avoid mold (even “avoid mold in a tent in the desert”) say that it was necessary to get rid of everything in order to move forward strongly to recovery. Therefore, while some people who avoid mold have reported that their sabbatical periods have been very successful despite wearing their glasses all the time, it may be a good idea to replace them sometime early in the mold prevention process. The literature makes it clear that toxic mold (including mold found in buildings) has the potential to cause harm to anyone.

If they are made of leather, you can try tarnishing them with EC3 Mold Solution Concentrate or spraying them with EC3 mold spray. Although molds grow on dead organic matter everywhere in nature, their presence is only visible to the naked eye when mold colonies grow. This approach focuses on removing even small amounts of mold spores and spore fragments from items. If the exposure to mold is at the surface level, you can try cleaning the dishes by spraying them with hydrogen peroxide to clean the mold.

If mold levels inside your home are significantly higher than in the outdoor environment, there is a mold problem.

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