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A snug fitting and ergonomic chair

Energy Levels Easily And Effectively

The object to killing mold is to kill its "roots". Mold remediation involves the need

to disinfect wood and wood-based building materials, all of which are porous

materials. Thus, chlorine bleach should Blood Sugar Plan not be used in the

mold removal process. The use of bleach as a mold disinfectant is best left to

kitchen and bathroom counter-tops, tubs and shower glass, etc. Chlorine Bleach

does kill bacteria and viruses, but has not been proven effective in killing molds

on surfaces that are not porous. 99% of a bottle of bleach is water. Water is one

of the critical elements necessary for the growth of harmful bacteria and mold.

Current situations where bleach was used in an attempt to kill mold, it re-grew

and regenerated mold and bacteria twice the CFU counts than were originally

found before bleaching, within a short period of time. Like an old wives tale,

we've been led to believe that using bleach will kill some bacteria and mold. It's

what we learned from our parents and have carried on this misconception for

years. The strains now associated within Indoor Air quality issues are resistant

to the methods our grandmothers employed to clean-up mold.