Natural Mold Killing Products?

Are there any mold killing products made with tea tree oil?

Tea tree oil has long been known for it's effectiveness in killing bacteria and fungi in laboratory testing.

As with everyone else, you've had a hard time finding any products that even had a chance of preventing serious infection, asthma, and illness from airborne bacteria and mold.

Although the EPA offers new instructions, they used to recommend using bleach to kill mold at a rate of 1 cup to one gallon of water

Bleach and other chemicals can be strong mold killing products, but maybe you'd like to prevent mold before it happens? Bleach too can have adverse health affects, and using it in an enclosed space such as a bathroom or closet can irritate your lungs, eyes, nose and throat. 

Is There a Safer Alternative to Bleach?

Bleach is among the most common of mold killing products, but if you are looking for a more natural and less toxic means of prevention, I'd like to recommend using Safe-T-Air.  
Safe-T-Air is tea tree oil in a gel form that slowly and evenly releases the biocidal activity of vaporized Safe-T-Air Gel to help your environment overcome not only  

  • mold,
  • but also dangerous MRSA,
  • E Coli bacteria, 
  • Candida albicans, 
  • and certain gram positive Cocci micro-organisms that dwell in heating, air conditioning, and ventilation systems.

Made with 100% pure pharmaceutical grade tea tree oil, Safe-T-Air is being used to combat airborne pathogens in hospitals in Asia, such as the Sultan Ismail Hospital in Johor, Kuala Lumpur. Hospitals frequently employ a barrage of chemicals as mold killing products, some with limited success.

According to James Fredericks of Fueltreat Malaysia Sdn Bhd, hospitals in Australia used tea tree oil, spray, and cream because they were recognized as an effective anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and antiseptic agent. Copy of Source Article from NST, India

He went on to say that although some pathogens, such as certain types of staph , have developed resistance to antibiotics, they appear to be unable to survive exposure to tea tree oil.

He said that "tests in Australia also showed that Safe-T-Air inhibited the spread of organisms that spread flu-like symptoms, wound infections, conjunctivitis, lung infections, and food poisoning."

If you are experiencing mold or mildew odors, or if you have had a cold or flu bug in your home recently, please consider trying this tea tree oil gel product.

You won't be disappointed, and you'll have more peace of mind knowing that you are helping to improve the environment on every surface and in every nook and cranny that you couldn't get to otherwise. There are numerous mold killing products available, but many are toxic chemicals. Why not use a natural means to control mold, mildew, and fungus?

Just think of all the places that air can travel that you'll never be able to get to. All those dark and possibly damp corners of your home. That's why I can't urge you enough, as a friend and tea tree oil advocate, to try this product.

Where Can You get Safe-T-Air?

  • 400 Grams will treat up to 880 square feet, 

  • 800 Grams (2 gel packs) will treat up to 1760 square feet. 

The 400 gram size is great for small businesses,boats, yachts, hotel suites or rooms, or smaller homes and apartments to provide refreshing clean smelling air, and may help to reduce or eliminate many types of mold and bacteria. 

Users should expect it to take 3 to 4 months of use to obtain optimum mold, mildew and fungus control.

You can place the unit in the return air chamber of your heating and cooling system , or in front of a fan or air conditioning unit (not in front of a space or floor heater please)

You can usually expect the gel to last from 30-45 days, and some clients may even experience up to 90 days of use from one container. We highly recommend monthly replacement, for best results and maximum freshness.

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