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Mold Linked With Fatal Asthma and Allergy Attacks; Dr Mold Network Suggests Use of Molderizer and Safe Shield for Safer Mold Treatment
Date:12/13/2012

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) December 13, 2012

It's already more than a month since Sandy made landfall in East Coast, yet it continues to cause problems in the form of mold. According to a post from nydailynews.com, exposure to it have been linked with fatal asthma and allergy attacks among the storm victims. And wanting to help, Dr Mold Network suggested the use of Molderizer and Safe Shield for a safer mold removal process.

But as said in the report, residents of storm-affected areas were not the only ones badly affected by mold exposure. It stated that even the clean-up workers were put at risk accumulating mold health problems. The reason, it said, are the misuse of solutions and the lack of right gear for mold treatment.

And so to make sure that the mold removal process is safe, the post advised that one must learn first the safe methods of mold treatment. Additionally, for anybody who already has an asthma or allergy, it advised a visit to the doctor to know if a mask or any other protective equipment will prevent serious mold health risk.

However, in case a person decided to clear the spores with a mold spray, Dr Mold Network said that the best products to get are Molderizer and Safe Shield.

The website stated the two – Molderizer and Safe Shield – have passed several federal programs and guidelines as a green mold removal product
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