As a mould cleaner, why is bleach not as good as SAN-AIR?
- Is hypochlorite, a caustic man made chemical.
- Has intense fumes.
- Is a strong oxidizing agent making most metals rust. If sprayed on aluminium you will get white spots as the aluminium is degraded. It rusts iron quickly.
- Is usually sold as at strength of 3% or 30,000 parts per million, it is so strong that it burns the top of mould quickly, however, usually not able to penetrate the surface that the mould is growing from.
Use SAN-AIRtm Surface Mould Remover for tiles and glass. You can supplement with a jar of SAN-AIRtm home office in your bathroom.
- is a strong natural mould control agent.
- Is at such low concentration such that it does not upset the nose and does not ruin surfaces.
- is a slower, natural working cleaner.
Some customers have offered their method to clean mould in a shower is to have a light clean with bleach, rinse it off, then leave a light spray SAN-AIR Surface Mould Remover. They say that it stops mould coming back for a long time, so they have made a point to use SAN-AIR every one to two weeks to stop any new growth of mould.
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