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Concrobium

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22.9 oz. Mold Stain Eraser

$14.97 /each

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Concrobium Mold Stain Eraser is a powerful cleaning solution that targets and removes tough mold stains with no scrubbing. The solution works quickly to remove stains, leaves no residue and requires no rinsing. This unique formula contains no bleach so it won't discolor or damage surfaces. It can be used outdoors and indoors. Ideal for decks, patios, fences, walkways, railings, siding, gutter, roofs, tile, showers, bathrooms, basements and outdoor furniture.

  • Removes tough mold staining
  • Contains no bleach and won't discolor surfaces
  • Requires no scrubbing or rinsing
  • For outdoor and indoor use
  • Can be used after Concrobium Mold Control to treat remaining stubborn mold stains
  • Works on wood, composite wood, concrete, masonry, drywall, grout, stone, fiberglass, tile, plastic, laminate, aluminum and metal
  • Subject to or will include a recycling fee in the following states: CA, OR

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Product Size (oz.) 
22.9 

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Biodegradable 
Yes 
Concentrated 
Yes 
Flammable 
No 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Interior/Exterior 
Exterior,Interior 
Materials removed 
Multi-Purpose 
Odorless 
Yes 
Paint Product Type 
Paint Cleaners and Removers 
Product Form 
Powder Mix 
Product dispenser type 
Plastic Bottle 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Rinse required 
No 

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Can i spray this solution with normal plastic sprayer???

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How do I use this to get rid of mu style odors
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I tried to use a normal plastic sprayer and it did not work well at all after a very short period. i am not sure what the issue was (maybe bubbles?). Anyway, I then just used a paintbrush to cover the area. It worked great. I a=have also heard of people using a sponge. As long as the liquid gets on the area, I believe it should work fine.
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August 21, 2015
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I used it in my attic. I used a hand sprayer bottle. The pressure sprayer kept clogging.
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I tried a plastic sprayer and it did not work well. I found I could just use a small paint brush to easily apply it.
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November 17, 2014
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Hi,
Thank you for your question and interest in Concrobium products.
Pump sprayers are recommended to use with this product. You can also use a sponge or trigger spray bottle. We recommend scooping out any remaining foam after mixing prior to adding it to your sprayer or spray bottle as the foam can clog it.
We hope this answers your question. Feel free to contact us again if you require further Read More
Hi,
Thank you for your question and interest in Concrobium products.
Pump sprayers are recommended to use with this product. You can also use a sponge or trigger spray bottle. We recommend scooping out any remaining foam after mixing prior to adding it to your sprayer or spray bottle as the foam can clog it.
We hope this answers your question. Feel free to contact us again if you require further information. Read Less
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November 14, 2014
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You need to use a sprayer where the "tank" isn't pressurized... which most typical tank sprayers are... A sprayer like a Solo back pack sprayer {the tank is not pressurized" works GREAT!!!
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Can this be used after Mold Control?

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Can this product be used after Concrobium Mold Control on plywood roofing in an attic?
Or should it be used first followed by the Mold Control product?
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yes
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November 3, 2015
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I used the eraser first then the control. It worked well this way.
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November 3, 2015
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Hi depawl. Thank you for your question and interest in Concrobium products. Typically the recommended order of application is to treat your space with Concrobium Mold Control first. When Concrobium Mold Control dries on the moldy surface it encapsulates and crushes the cells right down to the root structure of the mold spores. While you may be used to using bleach or bleach-based products that whiten the Read More
Hi depawl. Thank you for your question and interest in Concrobium products. Typically the recommended order of application is to treat your space with Concrobium Mold Control first. When Concrobium Mold Control dries on the moldy surface it encapsulates and crushes the cells right down to the root structure of the mold spores. While you may be used to using bleach or bleach-based products that whiten the mold stain, this product contains no bleaches or whiteners so it may require some mechanical action to remove the stain. Concrobium Mold Control is a very effective cleaner, though in some circumstances you may find that the mold stains left on a surface are embedded and very difficult to scrub away. In this case, ensure that the treated surface is completely dry so that the mold spores have been eliminated. Use Concrobium Mold Stain Eraser as your second step to remove the tough embedded mold stains. Once the cleaning step is complete, it¹s recommended to leave a layer of Concrobium Mold Control on the surface to provide mold resistance. Read Less
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Mold Stain Eraser is much stronger (contains an oxidizing agent) and I would say more effective than Mold Control. On the other hand, there is some preparation/mixing involved, so it is not as easy to use.
In my case I tried Mold Control first, which was somewhat effective and probably minimizes future mold growth. However, it did not fully eliminate an unsightly mold stain., So, I later used the Mold Read More
Mold Stain Eraser is much stronger (contains an oxidizing agent) and I would say more effective than Mold Control. On the other hand, there is some preparation/mixing involved, so it is not as easy to use.
In my case I tried Mold Control first, which was somewhat effective and probably minimizes future mold growth. However, it did not fully eliminate an unsightly mold stain., So, I later used the Mold Stain Eraser which eliminated the stain.
I suppose they will both kill mold, but the stain eraser will eliminate any residual stain from the mold after it is killed.
I currently use the Mold Stain Eraser periodically and the Mold Control daily (on marble tile in a shower).
So, they can be used in any order. If I were you, I would probably use the Stain Eraser first and then later apply the Mold Control (the bottle says it creates a protective barrier against future growth). Read Less
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can concrobium safely clean black mold from fabric RV awnings?

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May 25, 2016
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This will remove black mold.
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May 25, 2016
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Hi DJ. Thank you for your question and interest in Concrobium products. Concrobium Mold Stain Eraser is a great product for effective use on both indoor and outdoor surfaces including your fabric RV awnings to remove black mold stains. Typically, mold stains are removed with the first application however for surfaces that are more porous or have deeply embedded staining, reapplication or even a light Read More
Hi DJ. Thank you for your question and interest in Concrobium products. Concrobium Mold Stain Eraser is a great product for effective use on both indoor and outdoor surfaces including your fabric RV awnings to remove black mold stains. Typically, mold stains are removed with the first application however for surfaces that are more porous or have deeply embedded staining, reapplication or even a light agitation might be required to assist with removal of the stains. Read Less
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I don't have a mould problem but does it restore red cedar.

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March 28, 2016
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Hi Mikey. Thank you for your question and interest in Concrobium products. Typically, we do not recommend using Concrobium Mold Stain Eraser on cedar as it does tend to have a stronger reaction which actually causes tannin staining of the wood. If you are planning to re-stain the surface then this is not necessarily going to be an issue. The Concrobium Mold Stain Eraser is a powerful solution that Read More
Hi Mikey. Thank you for your question and interest in Concrobium products. Typically, we do not recommend using Concrobium Mold Stain Eraser on cedar as it does tend to have a stronger reaction which actually causes tannin staining of the wood. If you are planning to re-stain the surface then this is not necessarily going to be an issue. The Concrobium Mold Stain Eraser is a powerful solution that specifically targets the properties in mold staining in order to oxidize and remove the stains from the affected materials. If you are simply looking for a product that will restore your cedar wood, then we do not recommend use of the Concrobium Mold Stain Eraser for this purpose. Read Less
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This product works on wood, but it doesn't "restore" it.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 54 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by too complicated product is too complicated to use and cannot return it to the store, will need to dispose of. July 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome product works on fabric!! We are restoring a hybrid camper and the tent like canvas bed ends were covered inside with mold stains and spots. This product removed ALL the mold stains... Most with the first application, a few stubborn mold stains were gone after a second application. This felt like fabric inside canvas looks brand new. This is the only product I have found that does remove mold stain from fabric, with no fabric damage, just be sure to follow the mixing directions. April 16, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by No Effect I had great expectations about using thes product following the mold killer, but sadly,l saw no effect whatever. March 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Stuff Ever This stuff completely removed all the ugly Black Mold stains from my beautiful blue sling lounge chairs without bleaching the fabric. My husband was so sick of looking at them he wanted to pitch them in the trash. They look brand new again, I am thrilled with this product and it's 100 percent safe to the environment and pets! February 17, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Nope Ok when I first used this on the mold stains after treating the mold with another product I didn't follow the instructions correctly and it only remove some of the staining. So after waiting for it to dry I used the stuff again the right way after scrubbing the mold stains up. I waited for it to dry and it cleared most of the staining not all as it implies. It claims to be better than bleach. That may be the case but it did not remove all the mold stains as promised. It took a long time to dry too. Also this stuff is strong so be careful because it burned my eyes after mixing it with hot water as instructed. I had to put on my mask and goggles just to mix it. Mixing is tedious too. November 18, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Didn't Work I followed the instructions to the letter and this product simply did not work. Like most "quick fixes", it's a waste of money and time. June 19, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not much better than bleach I bought this product to try to eliminate some mold stains on a pergola that had already been treated with bleach, which failed to remove some stains. I washed the bleach off with detergent and water prior to applying the Concrobium, as recommended by the manufacturer, but saw little difference. Some stains did eventually disappear but required repeated applications. There were some areas that I treated five or six times with the stuff, scrubbing or sanding in between applications, but the stains remained, although some did lighten a bit. At this point I gave up and applied the stain/sealant, which did a pretty good job of hiding the remaining stains. Concrobium is only supposed to be 20% better than bleach, and that's about all it is. It's not a bad product, just don't expect big things from it. If bleach didn't do it, chances are this won't, either. December 9, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Overrated I was disappointed that I had to mix this product before using. A bit messy to use. Seems to work on light mold stains but was not so good on heavier stains. December 29, 2015
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