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    Posted by All Dry Water Damage Experts on 4/14/07

    I first wanted to bring to everyone's attention that MDF-500 or any other
    anti-microbial or household soap for that matter will kill mold, the
    problem we have in today's society is there are too many get rich quick
    schemes.You have to remove the moisture and the spores from a home ,there
    is no quick way around the science of removal.There are many companies
    attempting to apply these measures without any type of hepa vaccing or
    removing the airborne particulates.My suggestion is that fogging or
    spraying should be very limited as it will aerosolize spores and create a
    potential for cross contamination to further areas.All dry can be reached
    at or 504-952-3030

    > On 10/04/05, DD wrote:
    >> Hydrogen peroxide is a >> href="" rel="nofollow">disinfectant
    >> On 10/04/05, ff wrote:
    >>> Gosh, I thought it was a disinfectant, and if it kills mold why
    >>> isn't an antimicrobial. I call it a sterilant, and there are ag
    >>> chems incorp[oratin peroxide for soil application, essentially
    >>> sterilizing the soil. Why pour it onto cuts/abrasions? Hey I
    >>> love finding out when I'm wrong.
    >>> ff
    >>> On 10/04/05, DD wrote:
    >>>> HP is not an antimicrobial. It kills mold, like you would
    >>>> expect, and with a nice foaming reaction, but I do believe it
    >>>> does in fact deactivate the antimicrobial which is why other
    >>>> companies never mix the two.
    >>>> On 10/04/05, ff wrote:
    >>>>> Maybe it's because the HP is an antimicrobial/sterilant.
    >>>>> Without looking into it, my guess is the product/mixture
    >>>>> efficacy is enhnaced, synergized, and or the bio-activity is
    >>>>> prolonged. Bill might suggest an anatogonistic effect, as you
    >>>>> suggest.
    >>>>> Just a guess.
    >>>>> ff
    >>>>> On 10/04/05, DD wrote:
    >>>>>> We need a link to the label on MDF-500. It's not on the
    >>>>>> website you gave and the product itself is not listed in the
    >>>>>> EPA online database under the registration number and name
    >>>>>> provided on the website.
    >>>>>> Nothing unique about this product other then the fact they
    >>>>>> are asking you to mix Hydrogen Peroxide with a quat that's
    >>>>>> used in a toilet bowl cleaning product made by Proctor and
    >>>>>> Gamble. Normally this would be a two stage application
    >>>>>> rather then a two part mix.
    >>>>>> Find out why they ask you to mix it instead of shipping it
    >>>>>> mixed. I assume it's because the Hydrogen Peroxide
    >>>>>> deactivates the antimicrobial.
    >>>>>> On 9/29/05, YOUR OPINION NEEDED wrote:
    > I have found that product is the best I have ever seen for mold,
    > bacteria, and mycotoxins....After having my house treated with it, I
    > went to work for the company that applied it! Call me as I am now in
    > the business of selling it! Luke (303) 960-9060

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