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Cold Adds Up to Sandy Victims' Mold Problems; Optimal Chemical Reaches Out to Help by Advising the Use of Molderizer
Date:12/6/2012

New York, NY (PRWEB) December 05, 2012

The expected mold problems following the Sandy flooding risk the health of the affected residents. But with the cold looming in, the victims now face yet another health risk, reported bradenton.com. And wanting to help, green cleaning website optimalchemical.com, advised the use of Molderizer to the residents.

As said in the Bradenton Herald report, mold could aggravate allergies. And to one Eddie Saman, it shared that it even caused an asthma attack that landed the man to the emergency room.

However, as it also stated, mold is not the only thing that Sandy victims should look out for. It said that with the winter coming in, victims should also be careful of the drop in temperature.

And so, because of that, Optimal Chemical advised the disaster-affected residents to get a heater or even just borrow one to fight the cold. On the other hand, for the mold problems, it advised the use of MyCleaningProducts' Molderizer.

Optimal Chemical said that Molderizer is not like the other mold remediation sprays as it is made with organic ingredients. And so, it offers a safe mold treatment, it stated. That's because the use of it does not release any strong chemical that could hurt anybody's health and the environment. And more than that, it also related that

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