You might think that constantly being in and out of warm soapy water means nothing is cleaner than your child’s bath toys, but lurking inside a lot of yellow plastic ducks and toys is a layer of slimy, black gunge. That’s because the combination of warmth and moisture is the perfect breeding ground for mold, easily hidden in the nooks and crannies of these brightly coloured playthings. We’ve often heard that soaking these toys overnight in bleach will clean them completely, but as we all know the first place kids like to place their toys is….in their mouth! For this reason, among many others, we prefer to avoid any harsh chemicals. That’s where Concrobium Mold Control comes in. This unique, patented formula crushes mold with an invisible antimicrobial shield. eliminating the nastiness without bleach or other toxic chemicals.
Here’s what you need to do:
-First, spray a thin, even layer of Concrobium Mold Control onto the toys and allow to dry completely. If the toy is hollow, remember to spray into the hole, or use an old eye-dropper or medicine-dropper to squeeze some of the product inside. The mold is eliminated as the formula dries.
-You can then wipe the outside surface with a dampened cloth to get rid of any moldy residue, and reapply another light coating of the product to provide future mold resistance. Concrobium Mold Control is 100% non-toxic.
-If regularly used in the bath or pool, re-apply Concrobium Mold Control every 2-3 months to ensure the preventative mold barrier remains intact. Toys that are visibly moldy with embedded black stains can also be treated using Concrobium Mold Stain Eraser to remove the mold and mildew marks with no bleach, and no scrubbing!
And there you have it: your bath toys are now sparkling clean quickly, easily and without any harsh chemicals, meaning less time worrying about mold and more time having fun!
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Source: Water Damage