Removing Mold from Your Car
The appearance of mold in a car’s interior can be a real problem. Left unchecked, it can begin to profligate and creep into unseen and hard-to-reach areas like the air-conditioning ducts. Fortunately, mold cleanup can be much easier than most people think. This article will detail how to remove small spots of mold from your car’s interior. However, if the mold is widespread, or is near air ducts, we recommend taking your vehicle for professional ozone and dehumidifier treatment for the reasons stated above.
Cleaning with an All-Purpose Solution
The first step is to clean the affected and surrounding areas with a good all-purpose cleaner. Bieosque’s Botanical Disinfectant Solution is a ready-to-use, all-purpose cleaner and disinfectant capable of cleaning, sanitizing, and deodorizing in just one step. It also kills 99.9% of molds within three minutes. Begin by spraying the area and let the solution dwell for the full three minutes. This will ensure the mold is dead at the source and will prevent future outbreaks. Once appropriate dwell time is reached, simply wipe the area dry. The Bioesque Botanical Disinfectant Solution is a no-rinse formula. However, mold can sometimes leave unsightly stains. In this case, we recommend using our Carpet Cleaner with a steam extractor machine to get rid of those tough stains. It’s important to remember, though, that the Carpet Cleaner will not kill the mold, so make sure this is the second step after disinfecting.
A Safer Way to Clean
Cleaning chemicals like bleach, chlorine, and ammonia are very effective, but come with an added cost: they’re harsh, toxic, and terrible for the environment. Bioesque Solutions was founded on the principle that there must be a safer way to clean without sacrificing the power of these chemicals. With a formula that is free of bleach and other harsh chemicals, Bioesque’s full range of cleaning products is a great choice for hazard-conscious or environmentally sensitive settings.