The Science

Behind Breathing Freely and Healthy Living

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 vs Chemicals

So, why choose EnzyCleanse over routine chemical applications?


There is a clear and important distinction between the two, presenting EnzyCleanse as the superior solution.


Common cleaning chemicals such as bleach and peroxide are highly reactive and lose their effectiveness within hours. Other chemicals, such as ammonia, peroxide, and chlorine are also commonly used indoors. These chemicals can release volatile organic compounds (VOCs). VOCs have a multitude of negative implications, they have been known to cause irritation to the throat, eyes, and nose, resulting in difficulty breathing and nausea. In some cases they have even been known to cause cancer. Traditional cleaning chemicals are also non-specific meaning they can react to and damage anything they touch. 


On the other hand, the enzymes used in EnzyCleanse™ are non-reactive and extremely stable with long-term efficacy at killing mould. Since enzyme formulations can be altered for maximum penetration, their active ingredients can infiltrate deeper into affected areas and are developed to swiftly neutralise mould and airborne contaminants.


Listed as GRAS ‘Generally Regarded As Safe’ by the FDA/USDA, EnzyCleanse is a fast-acting and cost-effective mould removal formula. We offer a

2-year guarantee covering re-inspection and re-application at no charge for full-property treatments.


Comparisons of Enzymes vs Chemicals

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Enzymes are organic and totally safe.

Everything in Enzycleanse is recognised as 'Generally regarded as Safe (GRAS) by the FDA / USDA

Chemicals like ammonia, peroxide and

chlorine often have active ingredients

that pose a degree of safety risk

Enzyme formulations can be tailored

for maximum penetration.

This delivers active ingredients deeper into affected areas.


Chemicals, because they are consumed as they work, are not well-suited to penetrate and reach sub-surface contamination 

Enzymes are non-reactive and very

stable. Their effectiveness can remain

active for years.


Chemicals such as bleach and peroxide

are highly reactive and lose 

effectiveness within hours. 

Enzymes in the Enzycleanse formulation are highly specific, developed to interact with biological contaminate, and are harmless to other substances.


Chemicals are non-specific: their effects 

are not limited to biological contaminate.

Anything in contact with these chemicals

may be harmed. 

Enzymes work catalytically, meaning that they enable reactions, but are not consumed in the process. Enzymes remain active and retain their effectiveness.


Chemicals are consumed as they react.

When they are used up, their effectiveness is over. No further cleaning will take place, but some contaminate may remain. 

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), a considerable proportion of the world’s 300 million cases of childhood asthma is attributable to exposure to indoor dampness and mould.

How Does Indoor Mould

Affect Our Health?

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Exposure to harmful agents inside our environments can have profound effects on our health. ​

Mould accumulates in damp and poorly ventilated buildings. Inhaling mould fragments or spores can inflame the airways, causing nasal congestion, wheezing, chest tightness, coughing and throat irritation. 

Prolonged exposure to high levels of indoor dampness can reduce lung function and cause chronic health problems such as asthma. Those who already suffer from asthma and allergies are more likely to have more severe symptoms when exposed.

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People who live in damp and mouldy homes are also at increased risk of depression which, in turn may increase the risk of respiratory symptoms and Asthma.


Those with pre-existing allergies or asthma are at greater risks.


Mould can also cause health effects in otherwise healthy people. So measures to prevent or reduce mould exposure are important to everyone.