In moist situations books are an excellent source of food for mould. As mould takes hold on the paper, there reaches a point where you can start to smell the mould. When this happens people will usually say the room smells stale, like "old books", "old" and in one case we were told it smelt like "mice".
There are a number of steps you can take, however, ensure you do not use chemical cleaners that are readily available on the market. These are harmful to you and the books.
The following cleaning regime is recommended by SAN-AIR as we do not use any toxic chemicals in our products, we use natural plant based ingredients. The efficacy of our products are proven through independent university testing. Have a quick look at this video where the structure of the mould is actively broken down by a drop of SAN-AIR making it ineffective.
Remember, when cleaning, wear appropriate protective gear such as respirator masks and disposal gloves to ensure the mould is not inhaled or retained on your skin.
To prevent the problem of mould taking hold, one should:
SAN-AIR Mould Gone is a natural mould prevention product. It will stop mould from growing in any indoor environment. It has been independently proven to stop mould at the roots, preventing its ability to multiply.
For a cost effective solution that works immediately buy the SAN-AIR combo pack.
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