Spring clean the low traffic room, like the guest bedroom

September 26, 2018

Spring clean the low traffic room, like the guest bedroom

Do you have a place in your home that has low traffic? It could be the formal dining room, the guest bedroom, the second lounge room, the cupboard under the stairs, or other small enclosed space.  Maybe it's not your home but an elderly relative or friend that has low traffic spaces.

Are you noticing musty or stale smells, or seeing a hint of mould spots? These are strong indicators of mould build up.  You will likely smell it long before you see mould.  By the time you see toxic mould you may already be experiencing some health symptoms like coughing, sneezing, runny nose or more serious symptoms.

Now is a good time to spring clean those rooms with SAN-AIR.

SAN-AIR can help you put in place a low cost, low-frequency cleaning regime that will stop mould re-occurring. 

Get the SAN-AIR Combination pack and get started following the instructions below. You will have a lightly fragranced, fresh smelling, sanitised space at the end of your clean.


  1. Open the Mould Gone and place in the in the room for 24 hours before you start any cleaning.
  2. Wear face mask and gloves if you have any potential allergies or current respiratory issues.
  3. Clean all surface using the SAN-AIR Surface Mould Remover.  Spray on surface, leave for 15 minutes then wipe off. Repeat as necessary until cleaning cloths remain clean.  Use clean cloths as you clean, do not reuse dirty cloths.
  4. Remember to clean top and underside of furniture and back of furniture like the bedhead. Use on walls and ceilings.
  5. Carpets, although vacuumed, may still have residual mould.  Spray with the SAN-AIR Surface Mould Remover and let air dry.





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