How do you use a Concrobium fogger?
Also, does mold fogger work?
Mold foggers do work, but their role in mold remediation is a minor one. If your goal is to stop any lingering mold spores from taking hold and get rid of musty odors, fogging is worth the effort. Even so, it should be the last step in your mold removal process.
- Apply Concrobium Mold Control in a thin, even layer over the affected surface.
- Allow to dry completely.
- With a Concrobium dampened cloth or brush, scrub the surface to clean away any remaining mold stains and residue.
- To protect against future mold growth, reapply Concrobium Mold Control on vulnerable surfaces.
In this way, how long does it take for Concrobium to work?
Generally, it will dry in less than 2 hours. If you are painting on top of the Concrobium Mold Control application, you should allow 24 hours of drying time. If fogging, open windows to accelerate drying and to facilitate air exchange after fogging is complete.
We've got a great 1-2 punch in the fight against black mold and mildew staining. The first line of defense is Concrobium Mold Control, a patented and proven formula to treat mold at its root and prevent it from growing back (learn how to use Concrobium Mold Control here) – without any bleach, ammonias or VOCs.