PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: Concentrate that is mixed with water and applied to surfaces which have mold/fungus/mildew/bacteria/virus/malodor. It will both kill growing mold and mildew as well as any bacteria, virus and any associated odor with the growth.

WHERE TO USE IT: Basically anywhere. It is labeled for use on all kinds of porous and non-porous surfaces. This includes but is not limited to counter tops, appliances, carpets, walls, tiles, hardwood floors, dirt, concrete, brick, stucco, wood, plastic, vinyl and basically anything which has mold or odor problems prevalent. Excellent material for use on brick which needs to be cleaned prior to other treatments, this product is great for those “musty” areas of damp rooms where unpleasant odors arise throughout the year during certain times. If you are uncertain or concerned about staining, it is suggested that you apply some to a “test” area where you want to treat and let it sit to see if any staining or discoloration occurs. Do this prior to treating the whole area.

RATE OF APPLICATION: Add 1-2 ounces per gallon of water and use this mix to clean 500 sq/ft, depending on level of growth. This product should be left to sit at least 30 minutes (or to when it dry) to get the best results. If treating crawl spaces or attics, just lightly mist and leave it be.

This product can be sponged on surfaces, sprayed or misted using our fogging machine. Use as often as needed. This material is not intended to provide lasting residual so if used alone you will have to apply it often. However, if our other line of mold and fungus blockers and equipment are both used and installed, use of this material will be seldom needed.


$60.00 Gallon (775299) (ORDER ONLINE AND GET 5% OFF)

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April 2, 2016

Liz Jayes @ 2:40 pm #

Can your product work on a railroad tie wall that has black (or dead) mold on it? Will it affect the surrounding lawn? Thanks.

November 13, 2016

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September 23, 2019

Philip Goddard @ 4:20 pm #

Oh, no! Mold Blaster is discontinued???? I finally found something that works great!

June 6, 2021

Gerard Lee Zubrowski @ 2:31 pm #

Is this product as good as the original Mold Blaster with the green label?

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