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Exciting Vibrant Asia.. it is the fastest growing and one of the most enticing regions to live. However the tropical weather, high humidity and damp, warm conditions will provide a perfect environment for mould to grow and take hold. Whether spelt Mould (UK) or Mold (US), if you have it in your house or business, there is potential for serious health issues. This perfect breeding ground makes living in Asia a little less attractive as your health could be seriously at risk.
Mould loves organic materials and it is common to take hold of your shoes, handbags and clothes if not addressed properly. At Mouldgone we have a good assortment of products to protect and clean Mould. Our Thirsty Camels are well known and appreciated by our Singapore customers. They have a larger than average capacity to collect moisture, are plastic free and biodegradable.
Expats moving house should be aware of the dangers of Mould and know that most house owners will mask it with some fresh paint. If a house smells musty it is best to schedule an assessment before moving in. Mould is a fungus and can quickly spread throughout your home and valuables if not managed effectively, and then monitored.
MouldGone is an Approved and Certified Hazmat Expert offering mould investigation and treatment throughout Asia.
Mouldgone ONLY uses Non-toxic, environmentally friendly Botanical chemicals and solutions to rectify mould issues.
The health issues of Mould are a global concern!
World Health Organisation (WHO)
Sufficient epidemiological evidence is available from studies conducted in different countries and under different climatic conditions to show that the occupants of damp or mouldy buildings, both houses and public buildings, are at increased risk of respiratory symptoms, respiratory infections and exacerbation of asthma. Some evidence suggests increased risks of allergic rhinitis and asthma.
National Health Service (NHS)
Moulds produce allergens (substances that can cause an allergic reaction), irritants and sometimes, toxic substances. Inhaling or touching mould spores may cause an allergic reaction such as sneezing, runny nose, red eyes and skin rash. Moulds can also cause asthma attacks.