WHY SHOULD YOU USE 'ENZYCLEANSE' FOR MOULD REMOVAL? - BECAUSE IT IS GUARANTEED TO WORK - ASK US HOW!
Across Australia, mould has become an increasing problem, largely due to the lockdowns that have occurred due to the pandemic, but also as we move into hotter, more humid weather.
Buildings, caravans, holiday homes and boats have been shut for some time, leading to an ideal environment for mould spores to grow and multiply.
The conventional method for mould removal has been to use toxic chemicals such as chlorine bleach, hydrogen peroxide etc. While these agents will in fact kill mould, generally they will only treat the surfaces where they are applied, their effect is then ‘used up’, therefore they have proven ineffective for long term control. They also can pose significant health risks for vulnerable people.
Xspor Australia’s ‘Enzycleanse’ uses a proprietary enzyme-based formula which is plant-based and totally safe to use.
Why are they so effective? Enzymes are catalytic proteins, which means that they are developed to achieve a particular specific purpose – the use in our every-day lives is not new. They have been used in toothpastes, laundry detergents, meat tenderisers, to name a few.
Enzycleanse takes this concept one step further, with a scientifically developed blend of enzymes that are able to exploit an evolutionary weakness in mould (an ‘Achilles Heel’ if you like) through which we can clean and remove mould and mould spores very effectively. After the initial reaction, the formula can remain active and stable for months to years.
Enzycleanse also cleanses the air of other organic contamination such as dust, pollens, allergens, and animal dander, leaving the air smelling fresh and clean.
The XSpor team treat your premises with a fine fogging system, which allows the product to immediately penetrate deeply beyond the surfaces, remaining effective for a long time, allowing us to provide a 2-year guarantee to our customers.
CALL THE FRIENDLY TEAM ON 1300 029 141 TO GET A FREE QUOTE FOR YOUR PREMISES NOW!
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