Mold Returns to Shreve Memorial Library, My Cleaning Products Suggests Two Sprays to Kill Mold Spores Fast and Prevent Their Comeback

The mold at Shreve Memorial Library has returned, said a report. In order to help the public avoid the same recurring problem, My Cleaning Products recommended two organic mold remediation solutions to kill mold and prevents it comeback safely and effectively.

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...of all the mold sprays available to prepare for a mold removal, MCP only recommended Molderizer. Out of all the choices, it said that it is the best as it is both effective and safe.

Shreveport, LA (PRWEB) April 15, 2014

Mold has returned to Shreve Memorial Library in Louisiana. A report from shreveporttimes.com relayed the news on its post published on April 12, 2014. Meanwhile, wanting to help the public kill mold quick and avoid the return of it, My Cleaning Products recommended two mold sprays made with organic ingredients.

The post shared that the fungus was found on the third floor of the facility. It detailed that it is where the library houses the microfilm, periodical, petroleum and government documents and rare Louisiana books. Also, it was spotted in the Larkin Edwards room, it related. The area, it said, is where the special collections are placed.

Library officials were unsure of the source of the fungus, the report relayed. And so, it shared that on March 31, the board decided to hire an expert to analyze the problem and help them determine their next step to eliminate mold for good. It detailed that $10,000 was allocated for the project.

It was in 2007 when mold was first discovered in the library, shared the report. Back in 2011, it added that about $25,000 was spent for its removal in the library.

Below is a part of the post Mold Troubles Shreve Memorial Library Again by My Cleaning Products.

“Shreve Memorial Library thought that it was done with mold. But recently, the fungus showed up again and threatened valuable collections in the facility.

It was back in 2007 when the problem with the spores was first detected. From then on, several measures were taken to clear them. In 2011, efforts to eradicate them, which included the vacuuming of affected books, even cost the library some $25,000 as shared by Barbara Moore, the former main library branch manager.”

According to My Cleaning Products, mold problems in libraries are not uncommon as the spores could grow anywhere. However, of all the places that they could contaminate, it cited that houses are some of the most-vulnerable to their presence.

MCP reasoned that's because moisture is always present at home and just a little of it is needed for the spores to grow. Considering that, it advised the public to always be ready to eliminate mold. That way, the worst of its effects could be avoided, it asserted.

However, of all the mold sprays available to prepare for a mold removal, MCP only recommended Molderizer. Out of all the choices, it said that it is the best as it is both effective and safe.

The company elaborated that it kills mold spores in second from the roots to the tips. It shared that it also changes their DNA make-up to block them from growing again. Regarding its safety, it pointed out that it is made with organic ingredients, hence, it leaves no residues that could harm health.

In addition to Molderizer, MCP also recommends the use of Safe Shield. It stated that it provides a barrier that blocks mold spores. Thus, it prevents the re-infestation and completes the mold remediation, it stated.

To try the products, MCP invites everyone to get the Molderizer and Safe Shield Complimentary Samples at mycleaningproducts.com.


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