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Disinfectant Spray Plus vs. Bleach
We get a lot of calls about using bleach to disinfect surfaces after a flood or other water intrusion. Just say no to bleach! Mediclean Disinfectant Spray Plus (MDSP) is the much ...
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Are You Making Your Disinfectant Ineffective?
Cleaning and restoration professionals know that EPA-registered disinfectants must be used exactly according to label directions. This is repeated so often that people become immune ...
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How Bioenzymes Work
Many industries use enzymes and bioenzymes, and it's helpful to understand how they work. Enzymes are complex molecules, typically proteins, that make biochemical reactions occur ...
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What Makes Flood Waters So Dangerous
With devastating floods, some dangers are not obvious. The news media show people, including children, walking or driving through flood waters. But flood water is dangerous. Refresh ...
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Your Mission: First Destroy, then Protect
Professionals who use disinfectants know that a disinfectant's primary function is to destroy pathogenic microbes (tiny life forms that cause disease). These microbes cause disease ...
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Ready for the Freeze? Winterizing your Dehu
Cold winter weather presents special challenges to dehumidifiers – particularly when the temperatures in your vehicles or unheated storage areas begin to dip below freezing ...
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Optimizing Dehumidifier Placement
Having enough dehumidification is one thing, but proper placement of dehumidifiers on the job is equally important. Start with plenty of airmovers to promote sufficient evaporation ...
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Versatility: The Key to Efficient Drying Systems
Top restoration professionals manipulate and control as many factors as possible in their drying systems to complete a drying job as soon as practical. It helps save money for ...
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Choosing a Drying Method
Drying science has advanced to the point where almost any material in a structure can be dried. Since everything can be dried, the critical question in restorative drying is should ...
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All Airmovers Are Not Created Equal
While all airmovers move air, the way they focus the air determines their best application. This is especially true in cleaning and restoration environments, where efficient drying ...
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What Does a Ratio Mean?
A common method for expressing dilution rates is through ratios, but sometimes knowing the ratio isn't enough information. For example, does a ratio of 1:8 mean use one part concentrate ...
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