Add Concrobium Mold Control(R) to your Christmas tree trimming
festivities this year
TORONTO, Nov. 28 /CNW/ - Your Christmas tree may bring more than just
holiday cheer into your home, according to new research presented at the
American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology annual meeting this month.
The study, conducted by Connecticut researchers, found that live
Christmas trees can multiply a household mold spore count by five times the
normal level. High spore counts reduce indoor air quality and are linked to
heightened allergy symptoms, respiratory difficulties and other health issues.
Concrobium Mold Control(R) - an innovative mold-fighting solution - is a
chemical-free solution to help stave off holiday mold problems. The 100%
natural, Health Canada approved product kills and prevents mold, contains no
bleach, ammonia or VOCs, and is safe to use around children and pets.
"Before they are brought home, Christmas trees are exposed to the
elements and become breeding grounds for mold," explains Brian Bacik, CEO of
Toronto-based Siamons International, makers of Concrobium Mold Control. "Once
inside, that mold spreads its holiday cheer in the form of tiny spores,
impacting family health. Spraying Concrobium Mold Control on your Christmas
tree will kill existing mold and prevent any future growth, reducing the
likelihood of high mold spore counts in your home."
Mr. Bacik continues: "As with any homegrown mold issue, the best first
step in halting mold growth is to repair or diminish the source of any indoor
moisture. So before bringing your Christmas tree indoors, consider drying it
out as much as possible. Then spray on Concrobium Mold Control for added
Concrobium Mold Control is available at The Home Depot, RONA, Home
Hardware and local grocery stores, hardware and lumber dealers.
About Concrobium Mold Control
Concrobium Mold Control is a patented product used for mold remediation
and prevention by homeowners as well as professionals, builders and
contractors. It requires no special handling or isolation time, and can be
used on virtually any surface including fabric, drywall, lumber, flooring,
ceiling tiles, wood, concrete, roofing, masonry and other building materials.
It can also be fogged to treat entire rooms or inaccessible spaces, such as
wall cavities and crawlspaces.
For further information:
For further information: Sam Title, (416) 213-0219, ext. 274, toll free
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