Are mold killers harmful cleaners.

Posted by Brad on 31st Dec 2018

Typical home mold removal products with high toxicity levels include: Lye - sodium hydroxide, ammonia agents, sudsing soaps, chlorine bleach, organic ether's or formaldehyde imbued cleaners, and countless others (even low level frequent use of bleach can lead to diseases of the lung and tooth corrosion). Many all-purpose cleansers contain the sudsing agent's diethanolamine (DEA) and or triethanolamine (TEA), which react to form nitrosamines - carcinogens that penetrate the skin (similar to that of "Agent Orange"). Butyl cellosolve - used in many mold killers, floor, glass and counter cleaners - (also known as 2-butoxyethanol) may incite immediate adverse exposure as well as invade one's later-years, and should be handled with extreme caution. It can easily set into effect and cause irreversible neurotoxic conditions (damage to the brain and nervous system). Cleaners developed by polymerization (generally odorless unless injected with fragrance) are known to cause tumors and birth defects.

Mineral Methods, mold cleaners contain natural extract and mineral ingredients (no bleach, no ammonia, no chemical engineering or synthetic additives).