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Remove, Don’t Kill Mould.

Attempting to kill mould often involves harsh chemicals that can be more harmful than the mould itself. These chemicals can contribute to indoor air pollution and pose health risks, especially to those with respiratory issues. When killed, mould spores and hyphae (roots) fragment into hundreds of toxic particles. When inhaled, these ultrafine and nanoparticles, the toxins…

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What Is Dry Fogging?

WHAT IS DRY FOGGING? Dry Fogging involves using specialist fogging equipment to disperse a dry fog or mist of mould-killing or mould-inhibiting agents throughout a property. At the same time, Dry Fogging might seem like a quick and efficient way to address Mould issues, but dry fogging has many limitations that ultimately make it ineffective.…

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