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    Posted by johncodie on 9/07/06

    Nothing kills mold spores! It is an inherent ingredient in
    the product that is sold. You can probably change the
    chemical compositon by plasma, or fusion of fire which is
    about the same thing. The remediation groups were trying to
    sell a product sold for coating cow utters after being milked
    to prevent bacteria spread and milk comtamination. Sure it
    would inhibit bacteria but its shelf life was so short it
    would not hold up to the needs of a home. Can you imagine
    coating your interior home with cow utter dip and then
    encasing that in a varnish? Listening in on the mediation
    group they were planning on just painting over the mold but
    were not sure how to prevent it from bleeding through before
    they finshed the job. Baking soda in the pool does make the
    pH neutral to let the clorine work properly. The algea dies
    from the clorine and is filtered out. Abrasing porious items
    with backing soda just removes the odor but does not prevent
    the wicking action that the pores develop when embeded within
    its host. If the idea is an abrassive medium, just use a
    commercial product like sand to get the surface ready for a
    primer, and seal. If properly dried and primer seal is
    applied the mold can be held in a suspended state.

    On 9/05/06, JOE ALEXANDER wrote:
    > baking soda is the media used in sodablasting. it is not
    > caustic and it also kills moel spores

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