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Mineral Methods Owner & The Mission

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"Clean the Earth and people in general, benefit!"

Bradley Stewart (President of Mineral Methods LLC), was born in Long Beach, CA, 5th of eight healthy children.

He has now lived nearly thirty years in a beautiful farming community in Colorado, mainly doing work involving construction and planing.

Mr. Stewart was instrumental in Conoco's development of an asphalt slurry injected with latex. Highways and roads across our great nation are now much smother, last years longer and experience great noise reduction.

Three of many U. S. construction projects that Mr. Stewart has worked on, were the redevelopment of the Panama Canal, the constructing of the Verdi Waste Water Treatment Plant (located on the Truckee River, Nevada) and the replacement of Hoover Dam's massive turbines.

Ten years after completing construction-plan-management of the Hoover Dam Venture, Bradley Stewart stood on top of Hoover Dam, 2AM, and observed one by one, the ten enormous turbines being lowered hundreds of feet in to the magnificent Colorado River Gorge.

About this same time, Bradley's wife was diagnosed with cancer. She planned relentlessly for survival. She was a fighter, though always spoke kindly and kept a calm demeanor in general. Brad sensed her anguish, as she tried to work through her struggles. Then to lose the battle, was devastating. She had such a strong heart and dreamed of healing.

As Mr. Stewart continued on, he certainly had new awareness about cancer and good reason to change his living habits toward a healthier lifestyle.

Fast-forwarding about twenty years, Bradley's routine for wellness was ever-strong and he developed a new process for making the world's first truly all natural cleaning agent.

Without the use of detergent chemicals, it was a  cleaner that was totally forgiving in the environment and for human use.

Promoting this new product, Bradley built a website and soon developed the world's only "detergent-free" laundry cleaner.

This meant that the wash-water and clothing would be completely free of mutative and hormone disruptive chemicals - agents that are regularly found in detergents. Compounds that also harm aquatic habitat as well as wildlife.

Rain Laundry Detergent:

This laundry cleaner was soon seen by thousands of people as superbly environmentally friendly.

Since beginning Mineral Methods LLC, Brad's focus now includes the development of a program called "Kids' World, Environmental Awareness".

Kids' World (early learning guidance for children), is a means to give kids insight on how easy it is to progressively enhance the environment as they grow up.

Today, one of the most important things on earth, is environment care.

Please help stop the flow of caustic chemicals entering our tributaries, rivers and oceans.

Working Environmental Program Awakens Authorities!

If not for the aware people interacting with this site, not much would be going on."Our customers have already prevented the discharge (easily exceeding millions of gallons) of poisoned water from entering American waterways", said Bradley Stewart, owner of Mineral Methods LLC. Targeting poisonous fumes that cause illness: The Mineral Methods initiative on dangerous chemicals [...]

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Breakthrough #Health & #Environment Initiative, We Need Your #Help

Over the last few years, we have raised "environmental awareness" for thousands of families.Literally just making ends meet, our efforts have provided Americans with a new and innovative way of living naturally healthier.The Mineral Methods Mission, has already prevented millions of gallons of poison detergent discharge from being released into the soil throughout America.As we [...]

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Myths about mold removal

These items listed below will not generally terminate mold. At best some may stun molds. Bleach may make it appear white (blend in with the surface), other chemicals may only discolor molds, or even remove the surface appearance. Plus these chemicals or extracts listed below, are generally unsafe if mixed in part or all together. Bleach Borax Vinegar Ammonia Hydrogen [...]

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Note to search engines.

Dear search engines and crawlers, if just a small portion of Americans were to learn of Mineral Methods and the benefits of Rain Laundry Detergent, a great clean water transformation would ensue throughout water treatment plants across the USA.

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Pediatric Care - As we grow up...

About many home cleaners, such as laundry detergents, dish soap, carpet cleaners, etc. The term "Plant Based" is often used by companies to attract consumers. The term "Plant based", includes a chemically processed plant feedstock (like milkweed or coconut). Plant juice that is combined with corrosive acid chemicals at high temperatures and under-go chemical diffusion [...]

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Mold Spores, Alive or Not?

Dear W.K., After reading your great review, it reminded me of a mold mediation project we preformed using Mold KillerTM. I had discovered a 10 ft. by 12 ft. bed of black mold growing on the dirt under my customer's home in his crawlspace. I sprayed Mold Killer TM over the entire area. Three days later, [...]

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Reviews help people greatly.

Thank you for both of your wonderful reviews on Amazon. Here at Ello Int., we treated a mold infested tiled shower surface with bleach. We found that bleach did not actually kill the mold membrane. Because bleach will counteract the power of Mold KillerTM, we cleaned the tile surface first with Mold Stain Remover and [...]

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Bleach test on surface coated with Mold Killer TM (Total Management).

We found that bleach did bleach-out any remaining mold discoloration. Yet bleach bleaches out some grout colors. We recommend that if you do use bleach; use it on white grout and apply another coat of Mold Killer TM, or Target Disinfectant. It will replenish the long life surface protection Mold Killer TM provides. Remember, we [...]

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