Stating both Molderizer and Safe Shield are organic-based, Dr Mold Network said that they are safe for health and the environment.
New York, NY (PRWEB) November 27, 2012
The flooding that Superstorm Sandy caused left New York vulnerable to mold. And according to a report from nbcnews.com, even after weeks since the floodwater subsided, mold continued to threaten the health of flood-affected residents. So to help, Dr Mold Network suggested the use of Molderizer and Safe Shield for a safe and effective mold treatment.
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In the said report, Breezy Point was specifically identified as one of the areas in New York at the mercy of mold and other health risks as dust and asbestos. Additionally, it stated that it was also among the last places in the state left with no electricity and clean water.
The report related that mold presence could cause asthma and several allergic reactions to individuals with weak immune system. And so, it added that the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene published a guideline on its website to help the residents deal with the mold presence.
Nonetheless, Dr Mold Network noted that the solution the agency advised to use to clear the spores was bleach. For a safer mold removal process, the site suggested the use of My Cleaning Products' Molderizer and Safe Shield instead.
Stating both Molderizer and Safe Shield are organic-based, Dr Mold Network said that they are safe for health and the environment. It specified that unlike the bleach solutions, neither of the two products release a strong and harmful odor. And as it said that's all thanks to My Cleaning Products' Green Bean Formula.