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Concrobium

Model 025326

Internet #100654126

Store SKU #106067

32 oz. Mold Control

$8.96 /each
  • EPA-registered to eliminate and prevent mold
  • Penetrates to the roots of mold
  • No bleach or harmful fumes

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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
  • Colorless and odorless
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Can this be sprayed on walls where the mold odor has absorbed from the mold growing before detecting the water leak?

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Worked wel for me
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that's similar to a situation I had - but I did not have a lot of odor. I removed as much of the black mold as I could by scraping it off - and got most of it. The Mold Control stopped any from coming back.
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November 11, 2014
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Sorry, i have no experience with the odor question -- I used it outdoors on some siding.
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November 11, 2014
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Hi,
Thank you for your question and interest in Concrobium products.
Yes, you can apply Concrobium Mold Control on your walls. Depending on the area or surface you are treating with Concrobium Mold Control, you can apply the solution by: spray bottle (small targeted areas); brush or roller (trim); pump sprayer (large, accessible areas like walls); or cold fogger (large, enclosed areas like basement or Read More
Hi,
Thank you for your question and interest in Concrobium products.
Yes, you can apply Concrobium Mold Control on your walls. Depending on the area or surface you are treating with Concrobium Mold Control, you can apply the solution by: spray bottle (small targeted areas); brush or roller (trim); pump sprayer (large, accessible areas like walls); or cold fogger (large, enclosed areas like basement or attics). You can also use a brush or paint roller to apply the solution. This way you get an even application.
We hope this answers your question. Feel free to contact us again if you require further information. Read Less
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Does this product work on painted drywall. I originally stated dry basebaord and that was not correct..

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July 22, 2016
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Hi sug. Thank you for your question and interest in Concrobium products. Concrobium Mold Control is EPA-registered for and effective on both hard and fabric surfaces, including wood, drywall, tile, stone, cement, masonry, fabric, upholstery and virtually any other household surface, this includes painted surfaces. There is nothing in Concrobium Mold Control that will react with paint so you can feel Read More
Hi sug. Thank you for your question and interest in Concrobium products. Concrobium Mold Control is EPA-registered for and effective on both hard and fabric surfaces, including wood, drywall, tile, stone, cement, masonry, fabric, upholstery and virtually any other household surface, this includes painted surfaces. There is nothing in Concrobium Mold Control that will react with paint so you can feel free to paint over any surface to which you've applied the solution as well, you can feel free to apply it on top of a previously painted surface. Read Less
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July 14, 2016
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Yes, I used it on painted drywall. Spray on generously. Wait at least a day for it to dry and kill the mold/mildew. Scrub with a chlorine bleach mold remover. Spray Concrobium again to reduce future growth. Even better, then use an anti-mold/mildew primer and repaint.
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July 13, 2016
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This can be used on painted surfaces.
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Can this product be used on black mold

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May 23, 2016
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Hi Nancy. Thank you for your question and interest in Concrobium products. Concrobium Mold Control is EPA registered for effective use on all types of mold including black mold. Simply ensure to identify and treat the root cause of your water intrusion prior to application and successful treatment with the Mold Control product.
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As far as we know yes
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May 15, 2016
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This can be used on black mold.
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Can I use this product on bathroom paint??

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I have noticed a little mildew/mold on my bathroom walls which is painted. Can I use this on painted surfaces?
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May 2, 2016
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This can be used on almost any surface.
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May 2, 2016
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Hi Josh. Thank you for your question and interest in Concrobium products. Concrobium Mold Control is EPA-registered for and effective on both hard and fabric surfaces, including wood, drywall, tile, stone, cement, masonry, fabric, upholstery and virtually any other household surface. This includes the painted surfaces in your bathroom. With any cleaning solution you should always test it on an Read More
Hi Josh. Thank you for your question and interest in Concrobium products. Concrobium Mold Control is EPA-registered for and effective on both hard and fabric surfaces, including wood, drywall, tile, stone, cement, masonry, fabric, upholstery and virtually any other household surface. This includes the painted surfaces in your bathroom. With any cleaning solution you should always test it on an inconspicuous area 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. You can first try using a Concrobium Mold Control dampened cloth or brush to remove the stains. If the mold stains left on a surface are embedded and very difficult to scrub away, ensure that the treated surface is completely dry so that the mold spores have been eliminated. Use Concrobium Mold Stain Eraser to remove the tough embedded stains. Remember that once the cleaning step is complete it’s important to leave a layer of Concrobium Mold Control on the surface to provide mold resistance. Concrobium Mold Stain Eraser is a powerful cleaning solution that targets mold and mildew stains on outdoor and indoor surfaces. Perfect to remove black mold stains without the toxic chemicals. Concrobium Mold Stain Eraser is not a registered antimicrobial. It does not eliminate or prevent mold growth. Please visit our product page: http://www.concrobium.com/products/stain-eraser/. In most cases the mold has already compromised the paint so you might have to go straight to taking cosmetic steps such as repainting the surface after you have applied Concrobium Mold Control to eliminate the mold. Once the paint has dried for 24 hours then we recommend reapplying the solution to leave a protective film to prevent mold regrowth. Read Less
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Yes, it is safe on painted surfaces as long as the paint is not flaking or separating.
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