Monthly Archives: November 2018

Mould is one of the oldest life forms on earth

There are thousands of known species of moulds, which have diverse lifestyles. They all require moisture for growth and some live in aquatic environments. What does…

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Get your pet lover a very handy gift!

This product has been designed to battle pet odour. In particular when you keep your pets inside and constantly have smells in the rooms that they occupy.  Maybe…

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With SAN-AIR your air is green and clean

What is ‘green’? Society today defines “green” as the value, respect and concern for the life-sustaining processes and cycles of the natural environment, which humans are part…

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Remove mould from your boat without toxic chemicals

A day on the water is beautiful but not everyone loves to clean the boat afterwards and guests often skip off quickly at the end…

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When you are prone to asthma, take steps to breathe the cleanest air you can

On a previous blog, I talked about the link between Asthma and mould. This is important information for you.  It is personal to my family…

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Cleaning up before going on holidays?

Most of us give the house a good clean before going on a few weeks holidays.  You just don’t want to come back from a  great…

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Do you know how your interior gets contaminated with germs?

The are numerous ways in which germs can enter the premises. Below is a list, while not exhaustive, it gives you an appreciation of the…

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Snug, cosy, sanitized naturally

Your pet’s bedding needs sanitising on a regular basis.  Indoor only pets accumulate normal body bacteria in their bedding.  For pets that are allowed outside,…

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DIY test kits – the inexpensive path to the prevention of mould damage in the home

There are many reasons why our customers want to test for mould. From our customer conversations the various reasons have included: I want to know…

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The link between asthma and mould, reduce your indoor triggers with SAN-AIR

 Common allergic triggers of asthma The National Asthma Council Australia states on their website “The most common allergic triggers of asthma are house dust mites, pets,…

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