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3TYC4 25326 UNSPSC # 47131805

Mold Control: Trigger Spray Bottle, 32 oz Container Size, Ready to Use, Liquid

  • Item # 3TYC4
  • Mfr. Model # 25326
  • UNSPSC # 47131805
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Mold and mildew removers seep into porous surfaces to remove embedded fungal spores and prevent future damage by inhibiting growth and stopping airborne spore transmission. Some products leave a protective layer to control the growth of mold and mildew.

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Mold Control: Trigger Spray Bottle, 32 oz Container Size, Ready to Use, Liquid

  • Item # 3TYC4
  • Mfr. Model # 25326
  • UNSPSC # 47131805
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Mold and mildew removers seep into porous surfaces to remove embedded fungal spores and prevent future damage by inhibiting growth and stopping airborne spore transmission. Some products leave a protective layer to control the growth of mold and mildew.

Technical Specs

  • Product Label Mold Control
  • Cleaner Form Liquid
  • Container Size 32 oz
  • Container Type Trigger Spray Bottle
  • Contains Inorganic Salts
  • EPA Registered Yes
  • EPA Registration Number 82552-1
  • NSF Rating Not Rated
  • Properties No Rinse Required, Nonflammable, Plastic Safe
  • Biodegradable No
  • Nonflammable Yes
  • Plastic Safe Yes
  • Rinse Required No
  • Ready to Use/Concentrated Ready to Use
  • Standards EPA Registered
  • Surfaces for Use On Hard Nonporous Surfaces
  • Fragrance Unscented
  • pH Level 12
  • pH Value Alkaline
  • Primary Chemical None
  • Recommended Dilution Ready to Use
  • VOC Content 0%

Mold and mildew removers seep into porous surfaces to remove embedded fungal spores and prevent future damage by inhibiting growth and stopping airborne spore transmission. Some products leave a protective layer to control the growth of mold and mildew.

Compliance and Restrictions

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