Widespread Mold Treatment
When mold is widespread, a consultation with a remediation company is always recommended to advise on and perform the removal of the mold if possible. An aggressive protocol for treating and maintaining the environment calls for a comprehensive approach.
Widespread Mold Treatment Steps
The large HavenFogger comes with a gallon of HavenFog which allows you to treat a 3,000 sq. ft home in about 5 hours with some extra HavenFog leftover. One gallon of HavenFog treats 4,000 sq. ft.
The standard HavenMister holds 34 oz (1000 mL) of diluted HavenMist which allows you to treat a small room in about 2 minutes with a reach of 6 feet.
BioBalance HavenClean Solution for cleaning carpets and fabric furniture.
1. Rip, Remove, Replace
Rip, remove, replace materials contaminated with visible mold. Use proper conditions (i.e. negative air containment, proper personal protective equipment or PPE, etc.) for your own safety and health. Call our experts at (505) 400-8891 for any guidance needed.
*May require professional remediation.
Prep the area you are treating. Open all cabinets, drawers, closets, etc. for a thorough treatment of the area.
Disconnect all fire alarms. The fog will cause the alarms to sound.
4a. Treat - Shampoo
Shampoo with Haven Clean all carpets, rugs, and fabric furniture before fogging.
4b. Treat - Fog
Fog your environment. Add HavenFog to your fogger and thoroughly treat the entire area.
After 24 hours clean all horizontal surfaces by HEPA vacuuming or wet wiping.
Test for mold after 3 days. After treatment, wait at least 3 days and retest the areas with the included mold plates. Compare the new sample to the previous sample and to the ImmunoLytics health scale* to confirm the treatment was successful. Alternatively, the mold sample can be sent to ImmunoLytics for detailed analysis.
*Visit immunolytics.com/analysis for steps on self-analyzing and interpreting your test.
6. Maintain Your Environment
Mist your environment as often as needed. To maintain your environment and prevent mold growth, mist. Determine whether your environment needs to be misted again by mold plate testing or if health symptoms return.