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Mold Sufferers Get 20% Discount, Zero Shipping Charge and Complimentary Sample of Non-Toxic Mold Sprays for Valentine's Special, My Cleaning Products Reveals the Details
Date:2/15/2013

New York, NY (PRWEB) February 15, 2013

In celebration of the Valentine's Day, My Cleaning Products announced a present for all mold sufferers. It declared that it's now offering 20% discount on its green mold remediation products. Moreover, it also said that it's giving out complimentary samples of them.

Mold, according to My Cleaning Products, is a big threat to anyone exposed to it. Its spores could contaminate indoor air quality. And when inhaled, they could cause various health problems. Allergies, coughing and asthma are just some of the less serious conditions that it could bring. However, severe cases of exposure could cause lung and nose bleeding.

Due to the health risks that mold infestation could bring, the company said it is imperative to treat it as soon as possible. And as it added, that mold treatment is especially needed in houses.

My Cleaning Products stated that among others, residences are some of the most vulnerable places to mold presence. It explained that the reason is the daily use of water at home. Because moisture triggers mold growth, it elaborated that the everyday use of water creates conducive areas for mold infestation in houses.

To prevent mold from invading a home, one could take several preventive measures, said the company. However, it stated that those measures don't guarantee that mold would never appear in houses. And so, it emphasized that one must learn how to implement an effective mold remediation process. Apart from improving indoor air quality and protecting the people's health from several mold risk
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