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Mold is a living organism. It doesn't really spread --- it grows. In the process of growing mold produces a wide variety of contaminants, many of which become airborne.  It is these contaminants that make people sick.  So, stop the water source to stop the growth and use EnzyCleanse to clean up the contamination. That is the XSpor strategy.

Mold begins with a spore, which grows into a strand called a hypha. Over time the hyphae become a dense intertwined mat (mycelium). This is the stage we visually associate with the presence of mold. At this point, sporulation takes place, producing the next generation of spores. And so the cycle will continue, unless interrupted by identifying and removing the water source

The enzymes in XSpor's EnzyCleanse are tailored to break down the biological contaminants created by mold. The process is organic and non-volatile, meaning that the effectiveness of the EnzyCleanse treatment persists, penetrating the contamination build-up thoroughly, reaching affected areas well below the surface and point of first contact.

 
 
 

Compared with the expense and disruption of demolition and removal, or the comparatively short-term and superficial results achieved by toxic chemicals, the advantages become clear.

 

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