Columbia, MO (PRWEB) January 30, 2014
Mold has reportedly damaged about 600,000 books of the University of Missouri Libraries. In response to it, My Cleaning Products recommended two mold removal sprays to assist the public in preventing a mold problem of the same extent.
Based on a report from kansascity.com posted on January 29, 2014, the books were stored in an off-campus facility in north Columbia. And as it detailed, the problem about the fungus inhabiting them was discovered in October.
However, Jim Cogswell, the Libraries Director, said in the report that probably only less than half of the damaged volumes will be restored. The reason it determined was the high cost of the mold cleanup.
As the report detailed, the removal of mold from each book could cost around $3. It stated that if it is done to all the affected materials, the treatment could cost up to $1.8 million. But even though it was already said that just a small percentage of books would be saved, it added that the officials were still deciding what to do with the rest.
Below is an excerpt from the post Mold Damages 600,000 Books by My Cleaning Products.
“An off-campus storage facility of the University of Missouri Libraries was hit by mold. And based on a report, the damage the fungus brought was no joke.
Discovered in October, the mold problem in the said underground storage in north Columbia affected some 600,000 books. Good thing though that it did not endanger the public's health as stated by a safety officer last week.”
According to MCP, mold is preventable. It said that books, clothes, bags, furniture and other things could be saved from its damages in a lot of ways.
However, it cited that circumstances as flood and unknown leaks could promote the fungus' growth without hindrances. Because of that, it advised the public to be always ready to kill mold. It said that detecting and clearing it early is the best anyone could do when caught in such situations.
But to really kill mold early, My Cleaning Products said that a person must have a mold spray ready. With it prepared, it said that immediate remediation could be implemented right after the fungus' presence is confirmed. And that, it pointed out, prevents the worst of its effects.
Nonetheless, MCP only recommended the use of Molderizer and Safe Shield out of all the other mold removal sprays.
Being organic-based, it asserted that they are the best as both are effective and safe. Plus, it said that they offer a complete remediation together with Molderizer killing mold and Safe Shield blocking the return of its spores.
To test them, My Cleaning Products invites the public to check its website at mycleaningproducts.com and get the Molderizer and Safe Shield Complimentary Samples.