Possible Mold Re-infestation Gets Guilmette School Scheduled for Re-inspection, My Cleaning Products Offers Tip How to Kill Mold Safely If Inspection Turns Positive

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A report said that Guilmette School was scheduled for mold re-inspection. My Cleaning Products shared a tip on how to kill mold effectively without the use of harmful chemical ingredients in case the inspection reveals that the school is indeed infested.

...though it is important to get rid of black mold effectively, it asserted that strong chemical elements must not be used in the mold removal process.

Possible mold re-infestation in Guilemtte School sparked concern among teachers and parents. And so, according to a report from eagletribune.com posted May 14, 2013, the state is going to inspect it for mold. In case the result is positive, My Cleaning Products offered a tip how to kill mold without using harmful chemical ingredients.

It was said in the Eagle Tribune report (5.14.13) that the fear of mold re-infestation in the campus sparked after a first-grade classroom was closed due to the high-level of spores found inside it, My Cleaning Products shared. But though the hygienist hired by the school Superintendent Jeff Riley said that the incident was not likely connected to the first infestation in the school, it stated that the teachers union is still concerned about the situation.

As the report detailed, it was two years ago when the school faced its first mold infestation, MCP related. The clean-up of it cost an estimated $3.5 million, it added.

My Cleaning Products shared that based on the same report, the Guilmette School was scheduled for inspection on May 21.

Below is part of the post Guilmette School Scheduled for Mold Re-inspection by My Cleaning Products.

“Guilmette School in Lawrence, Massachusetts was once infested by mold. Its clean-up cost the school about $3.5 million. Now, after two years, it is feared that the campus was re-captured by the spores. And so, it was scheduled for a mold re-inspection on May 21.

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"The issue about the mold re-infestation surfaced when a hired hygienist found high level of mold spores in one first-grade classroom. School Superintendent Jeff Riley said that a letter was sent to parents about it on Friday. But though the hygienist cleared that it was likely because of a science project and a case not connected with the initial mold infestation, Frank McLaughlin, teachers union president, still expressed his concern about it."

Mold could risk health so it's easy to understand the looming fear over the possible mold re-infestation in Guilmette School, My Cleaning Products said. But though it is important to get rid of black mold effectively, it asserted that strong chemical elements must not be used in the mold removal process.

To prevent chemical health-risks, it said that an organic-based mold removal product must be used instead. Particularly, it suggested the use of Molderizer as the way how to kill mold safely.

The company assured that Molderizer is made with organic ingredients and that is effective. It said that with it, users don't have to scrub for hours as it could eliminate mold in seconds. Moreover, it shared that several mold contractors have been using it for years.

To try the product, MCP relayed that buyers could get Molderizer Complimentary Sample at MyCleaningPRoducts.com.

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