The 10% Solution

The standard (gold standard if you will) for our sodium hypochlorite strength that we mix with our GM6000 is 10%. That being said, it can be quite difficult to locate bleach, pool chlorinating liquid, etc. at that strength. Most available bleaches carry a 8.5% strength at best and often down in the 5% range. You can sometimes find it in the 12% neighborhood but typically at a prohibitive cost. After scouring the web for hours I've finally been able to locate the golden elixir, and right in my own back yard. Walmart! And at a price you'd expect from Wally-World, currently under $3/gallon. Not every Walmart carries the bleach so check out the link below and you can see if it's available at

Just Keep Swimmin'

Randy Gandara, Goldmorr USA GM and owner of Certified Indoor Air, completed another awesome Goldmorr project last month. The dramatic before and after pics speak for themselves but the final clearance from the IH below, really seals the deal. We look forward to all you Goldmorr Technicians submitting your projects in our "In The Zone" monthly contest. Final IH Report Post Air Quality Test

Keep Your Trap Shut

Sometimes we shoot ourselves in the foot on our mold remediation jobs as far as getting the final air quality readings or sample results we desire. We go through all the standard application protocols and yet we keep getting elevated numbers on our final clearance tests. One thing that often gets overlooked is any drain traps or open drains in the building. Any open drain to the sewer can drastically effect the final air quality results. If you or others have had to pull toilets or exposed any other sewer lines, you have an open invitation to air contaminant infiltration. In fact the fogging process we employ can draw these contaminants into the environment. And don't forget the traps i

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