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Concrobium

Model # 025001

Internet # 100654369

Store SKU # 106562

1 gal. Mold Control Jug

$31.98 /each
  • EPA-registered to eliminate and prevent mold
  • Penetrates to the roots of mold
  • No bleach or harmful fumes

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Product Overview

Concrobium Mold Control is a proven mold fighting solution that effectively eliminates and prevents mold. It can also be used to clean up mold and get rid of musty odors with no harmful chemicals. The product works as it dries by crushing the mold spores at the roots and leaving behind an invisible antimicrobial shield to prevent future mold growth. Use Concrobium Mold Control for water damage restoration, construction and renovation (pre-treatment of building materials), specialty mold clean-up and prevention and general interior maintenance. This patented formula is used by homeowners and professionals.

  • Eliminates, cleans and prevents mold and musty odors
  • Contains no bleach, ammonia or volatile organic compounds (VOCs)
  • Penetrates to the roots of mold
  • EPA-registered
  • Works on drywall, concrete, wood, masonry, siding, shingles, stone, grout, plastic, tile and many more surfaces
  • Ideal for basements, bathrooms, laundry rooms, attics, closets, garages, windows, car interiors, boat interiors and RVs
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Dimensions

Product Size (oz.) 
128 

Details

Biodegradable 
Yes 
Concentrated 
No 
Flammable 
No 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Odorless 
Yes 
Paint Product Type 
Mold, Mildew and Stain Remover 
Prevents/blocks mold and mildew 
Yes 
Product Form 
Liquid 
Product dispenser type 
Plastic Bottle 
Removes mold and mildew 
Yes 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Rinse required 
No 
Stain Type 
Mildew,Mold,Odor 
Surface Type 
Carpet,Dashboard,Fabric,Fiberglass,Glass,Laminate,Metal,Porcelain,Porcelain,Rubber,Stainless Steel,Tile,Upholstery,Vinyl,Wood 
Where to Use 
Bathroom,Car Interior,Floors,Furniture,Kitchen 

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Can Concrobium be applied to wet surfaces?

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July 27, 2014
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Yes, I used it on a vynil shower worked on mold and better than comet on soap residue.
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June 17, 2014
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Hi,
Thank you for your question ad interest in Concrobium products.
It is best to allow surfaces to dry first before applying Concrobium Mold Control since excessive moisture or water on the surface can dilute the product and impact its efficacy. Concrobium Mold Control works as it dries. If the surface on which you’re applying the product is continuously wet, it may never get the chance to dry and may Read More
Hi,
Thank you for your question ad interest in Concrobium products.
It is best to allow surfaces to dry first before applying Concrobium Mold Control since excessive moisture or water on the surface can dilute the product and impact its efficacy. Concrobium Mold Control works as it dries. If the surface on which you’re applying the product is continuously wet, it may never get the chance to dry and may never therefore get a chance to work. Whatever the mold problem you’re having, you should always deal with the root cause of the water intrusion before using our product.
We hope that answers your question. Feel free to contact us again if you require further information. Read Less
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June 5, 2014
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I BELIVE YOU CAN BUT I WOULD READ THE INSTRUCTIONS ON THE BOTTLE FIRST.
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May 26, 2014
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I applied it to wet surfaces and it worked fine.
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Simple answer, no. It is recommended that water be removed 24 hours before application and that sources of moisture causing the mold be remediated before application.
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Concrobium can be applied to wet surfaces but I'd never do it. When wood is wet the water on the surface may dilute or act as a barrier so I'd wait for it to dry so it could absorb more Concrobium. Then let that dry and so forth. I could then assess the success during each round of treatment (take an air mold sample) and plan a prevention plan for the future, Mildew and mold never truly dies and could Read More
Concrobium can be applied to wet surfaces but I'd never do it. When wood is wet the water on the surface may dilute or act as a barrier so I'd wait for it to dry so it could absorb more Concrobium. Then let that dry and so forth. I could then assess the success during each round of treatment (take an air mold sample) and plan a prevention plan for the future, Mildew and mold never truly dies and could emerge when wet. Read Less
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December 20, 2013
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Yes you can but the effect is deminished. Recommend you dry the surface as best you can,
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December 18, 2013
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Hello Pete,
If the surface is continuously wet, Concrobium will not work. This product needs to be able to dry to be effective.
If if it wet and it will dry out, Concrobium will work.
- Christine
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how big of a surface can be treated by 1 Gal?

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July 22, 2014
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I treated the entire perimeter of a 1,000 sf basement, as well as some interior partitions, using only one gallon in a pump sprayer. It was instantly effective, and eliminated mold and odors.
Carpets must be cleaned (commercial steamer, or we used a household carpet cleaner) using recommended solutions, and solid-surface floors mopped with a solution of bleach, then rinsed with clear water.
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June 17, 2014
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Hi,
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Fogging will give you the greatest coverage – 1 gallon will cover approximately 1,400 sq. ft. of total surface coverage. Raw construction materials like drywall, wood products and cinder blocks will be more absorbent than painted surfaces or smooth surfaces like vinyl or poured concrete. If you choose to use a traditional pump sprayer Read More
Hi,
Thank you for your question and interest in Concrobium products.
Fogging will give you the greatest coverage – 1 gallon will cover approximately 1,400 sq. ft. of total surface coverage. Raw construction materials like drywall, wood products and cinder blocks will be more absorbent than painted surfaces or smooth surfaces like vinyl or poured concrete. If you choose to use a traditional pump sprayer then you will get around 400 sq. ft. of coverage with a gallon.
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it covered all my addict about 1900 square feet
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I used a gallon (applied with mostly spray bottle and some with paint roller brush) in my attic to treat the roof decking: Approximately 350 square feet.
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800 to 1600 sq feet depending on the properties of the surface being sprayed
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over 1000 square feet
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April 11, 2014
Answer: 
Hello Michael and thank you for your question.
From the manufacturer’s website:
Surface coverage will depend on surface absorbency and application method. The more porous the surface (e.g., fabrics), the more product will be required. Raw construction materials like drywall, wood products and cinder blocks will be more absorbent than painted surfaces or smooth surfaces like vinyl or poured concrete. Read More
Hello Michael and thank you for your question.
From the manufacturer’s website:
Surface coverage will depend on surface absorbency and application method. The more porous the surface (e.g., fabrics), the more product will be required. Raw construction materials like drywall, wood products and cinder blocks will be more absorbent than painted surfaces or smooth surfaces like vinyl or poured concrete. Fogging will give you the greatest coverage – 1 gallon will cover approximately 1,500 square feet of surface area (the equivalent of all the walls, ceiling, and floor in a 20’ x 20’ room). If using a compression or garden sprayer, a fine mist nozzle should give you approximately 250-500 square feet of surface coverage.
Check out other Frequently Asked Questions here: http://www.concrobium.com/faq/.
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can you add this in the washing machine to clean fabric.

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September 4, 2014
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Hi,
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Adding Concrobium Mold Control will only dilute the product and impact it's efficiency. We do not recommend adding the solution to your wash.
We recommend soaking your clothes in Concrobium Mold Control and letting it dry completely to eliminate any mold growth. Using the spray bottle to apply the solution is another way to apply it Read More
Hi,
Thank you for your question and interest in Concrobium products.
Adding Concrobium Mold Control will only dilute the product and impact it's efficiency. We do not recommend adding the solution to your wash.
We recommend soaking your clothes in Concrobium Mold Control and letting it dry completely to eliminate any mold growth. Using the spray bottle to apply the solution is another way to apply it but you need to make sure you saturate the clothes enough in order for the product to cover the whole surface.
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Hey Michelle,
According to Concrobium's website:
" 1. For damp, musty smelling clothes,Try soaking them in Concrobium Mold Control and then allow to dry. Launder if desired. The solution eliminates mold and mildew, leaving a fresh, clean scent
2. Clothes and items that are severely mold-infested should be bagged and discarded
TIP: Be sure that clothing is completely dry before putting away into Read More
Hey Michelle,
According to Concrobium's website:
" 1. For damp, musty smelling clothes,Try soaking them in Concrobium Mold Control and then allow to dry. Launder if desired. The solution eliminates mold and mildew, leaving a fresh, clean scent
2. Clothes and items that are severely mold-infested should be bagged and discarded
TIP: Be sure that clothing is completely dry before putting away into closets and drawers. This will limit the amount of moisture on your clothing and prevent mold and mildew from forming"
Basically, no where did it state that you would add it in the washing machine, but you can spray your clothing with it.
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Hey Michelle,
According to Concrobium's website:
"1. For damp, musty smelling clothes,Try soaking them in Concrobium Mold Control and then allow to dry. Launder if desired. The solution eliminates mold and mildew, leaving a fresh, clean scent
2. Clothes and items that are severely mold-infested should be bagged and discarded
TIP: Be sure that clothing is completely dry before putting away into Read More
Hey Michelle,
According to Concrobium's website:
"1. For damp, musty smelling clothes,Try soaking them in Concrobium Mold Control and then allow to dry. Launder if desired. The solution eliminates mold and mildew, leaving a fresh, clean scent
2. Clothes and items that are severely mold-infested should be bagged and discarded
TIP: Be sure that clothing is completely dry before putting away into closets and drawers. This will limit the amount of moisture on your clothing and prevent mold and mildew from forming"
Basically, no where did it state that you would add it in the washing machine, but you can spray your clothing with it.
Joseph Read Less
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According to Concrobium's website:
"1. For damp, musty smelling clothes,Try soaking them in Concrobium Mold Control and then allow to dry. Launder if desired. The solution eliminates mold and mildew, leaving a fresh, clean scent
2. Clothes and items that are severely mold-infested should be bagged and discarded
TIP: Be sure that clothing is completely dry before putting away into closets and drawers. Read More
According to Concrobium's website:
"1. For damp, musty smelling clothes,Try soaking them in Concrobium Mold Control and then allow to dry. Launder if desired. The solution eliminates mold and mildew, leaving a fresh, clean scent
2. Clothes and items that are severely mold-infested should be bagged and discarded
TIP: Be sure that clothing is completely dry before putting away into closets and drawers. This will limit the amount of moisture on your clothing and prevent mold and mildew from forming"
Basically, no where did it state that you would add it in the washing machine, but you can spray your clothing with it.
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Use of fogger in a furnished condo

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What precautions should be taken in using the fogger in a condo that is currently inhabited?
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Concrobium is safe to use when people are still in the room. No Protective Equipment is needed. Obviously if you do not need to be in there you shouldn't because the fogger will make your skin wet and you clothes could get a bit sticky. Just think "Baking Soda" when you are using Concrobium. It's almost the same thing.
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it will leave a misty coating visible on glass cabinets. Not harmful . just wipe it off.
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September 24, 2014
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Hi,
Thank you for your question and interest in Concrobium products.
Concrobium Mold Control is non-toxic, however we recommend the use of an N95 respirator, goggles, gloves and other protective equipment to protect yourself from the mold and mold spores. Once Concrobium Mold Control dries, it encapsulates the spores and the spore become non-viable. However, dead mold may still cause allergic reactions Read More
Hi,
Thank you for your question and interest in Concrobium products.
Concrobium Mold Control is non-toxic, however we recommend the use of an N95 respirator, goggles, gloves and other protective equipment to protect yourself from the mold and mold spores. Once Concrobium Mold Control dries, it encapsulates the spores and the spore become non-viable. However, dead mold may still cause allergic reactions in some people so it is recommended to protect yourself from the mold when cleaning by wearing the appropriate protective equipment (mask, goggles, gloves, etc.)
Prior to fogging Concrobium Mold Control, remove or cover any items you would not normally want to get damp, including paper, books and electrical equipment.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 103 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by mold remover This was some of the best mold cleaner and remover I've tried and it was very reasonable great product March 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mold killer Appears to have done the job of killing the mold in my crawl space. March 15, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by no good on attic mold payed the hefty price for a gallon of this product, spayed on attic plywood that had black mold on it, as far as i can see this product did nothing, total waste of money on this application. I used it full strength through garden prayer, soaked it good got zero results, just my experience. March 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great product! I have used this product for several years. It is great for killing mold and mildew. Will not harm fabric. March 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent product I purchased the 1 Gallon Mold Control product and used it at my Condo in Ontario, California. There was a musty smell that I simply could not get rid of. I realized that it was MOLD. I had the Condo remediated but the remediation was a "failed remediation". Several attempts to remedy the situation also failed. The spores were now outside of containment and would now always be. I was concerned that the MOLD would travel and spread throughout the Condo to other locations (IT DID). I was so upset and depressed. I decided to use Concrobium Mold Control as a last resort. It worked like a charm. As the mist dried, it created a white crust that I simply vacuumed up and once I vacuumed the odor was gone. The mold was gone, the place smelled fresh and clean. (One issue was that in the bathroom where I used bleach there was an issue with the Concrobium not working very well). After contacting the customer support, they walked me through the process of cleaning the bleach and reapplying the Concrobium. It worked. Seems like Bleach acts as a barrier or something... I suggest that if you plan on using Concrobium, DO NOT USE bleach first. use it AFTER Concrobium if you must use it. April 28, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Moldy Mess Terminated! Product comes ready to use. I rented a cold fogger from Home Depot, poured in the product, donned my respirator and fogged my friends basement as per directions listed on the gallon container. The mold died and I lived. As it was only one contained level of the home, there was no need to evacuate the house. The fogging lasted about one hour and after a few more hours the moldy, mildew smell was gone. Along with sealing the foundation leaks that allowed the mold to grow and giving the whole area a good cleaning, his basement is once again a habitable, safe and fun place. December 17, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by well! I used it on some major black mold from a toilet leak in my bathroom. I used goggles, suit, certified airborne protective mask, gloves, plastic over the door, black garbage bag and white socks. Used a fan and damprid to dry up the moisture first then poured some in a spray bottle and sprayed it on the mold. Let that dry for 24 hours(check in 3 hours for the smell of mold, if so spray more) then clean up mold with product of choice let dry and spray mold control again to prevent more mold(hopefully). After I sprayed the first time and still noticed mold, I sprayed it again and the mold smell went away. This product WILL NOT take away mold stains. Use something made to do that. It works slowly but surely. November 18, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Instant, effective results! After shallow basement flooding by stormwater, carpeting and plywood paneling quickly started growing mold. Application of this product, using a pump sprayer, quickly eliminated existing growth and odor - - and also prevented any new mold from developing. The basement rec room was saved! (Again.) July 22, 2014
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