Mold is a naturally occurring microorganism. Its role in nature is to break down and decompose organic matter. It accomplishes this task very effectively working in conjunction with millions of other microorganisms. If you have a compost pile at the edge of your garden its fairly easy to see how natures process works. When these microorganisms finish their task, plants and animals use the by-products to grow and multiply. But what might be beneficial for your garden or for a wide variety of wild creatures in the great out doors may not be helpful to you and your families good health in a controlled environment such as your home, car, or office space. Human living and working spaces need to be free of environmental dangers. Mold is beneficial to the natural cycles of the earth but in your home or office these organisms have proven to be dangerous if left uncontrolled.

Mold needs several things to be productive and to thrive. It needs food, water, and a stable environment. In nature these needed elements that produce healthy molds are also needed for a wide variety of other plants and animals. One of the reasons mold doesn’t completely dominate the earths surface is that other living organisms compete with and in many cases live off mold. Millions of different bacteria, plants, enzymes, and animals of every shape and size also need the same food and secure sources of life giving materials. In short, it’s this competition for resources that controls mold from spreading uncontrolled across the earth.

The Mold Elimination Product uses the natural forces of living plant amino acids found in seed proteins along with natural salts to seek out mold, dismantle it, and turn mold into harmless elements such as carbon, oxygen, and nitrogen.

When the Mold Elimination Product is applied at an elevated pH the mold is first immediately broken down into simple building blocks much in the same way food is dissolved in the making of tofu or artificial crab meat you buy in the supermarket. As the mold breaks downs it becomes saturated with several salts extracted from seawater and ancient sea deposits. The saturation of these salts into the dead mold prohibits new mold from growing. The vegetable proteins then absorb the digested mold and further process it into beneficial chemicals as described above. As the process slows down a vegetable oxygen barrier film is produced on the treated surface area where the mold was growing. The film provides a waterproof protective layer that inhibits further growth of mold. Residual salts remain active in the matrix of the protein film and prevent re-occurrence of mold much in the same way the living plants use these same seed proteins to defend against being prayed on by mold outside your house or place of work.