THE SECRET TO DOING 100 SQUARE METER MOULD JOBS IN ONE DAY - SELECTING GONE 4 GOOD AS YOUR ENCAPSULENT
Most mold jobs are two day jobs. Day one is set up and mold removal. Day two is encapsulation and tear down/clean up.
What does it cost you to send that team back a second day? What do you need to bill to cover a team's costs and make a profit for a day on the job site? $1000? $1200?
What if you could do the job in one day?
Those extra costs are not incurred so those costs get added right back to your bottom line. Each and every mold and mildew resistant coating is either a paint or a polymer of some sort. If they are applied to a wet surface they will simply peel off exposing the surface to future mold contamination. This requirement is the key reason that teams are sent back a second day for your typical mold job. It is your product that is actually driving costs!
Only Gone 4 Good can be applied immediately after stains are removed by either On & Gone or OSR Dry. It is neither a paint, nor a polymer. It is a blend of natural, high pH salts that dissolve in water and then bond to the surface. Whether the surface is porous wood or concrete, when the applicator is happy with the mold stain removal, he simply applies Gone 4 Good over the cleaned surface.
1000 SQ FT JOBS CAN BE DONE IN JUST ONE DAY!
GONE 4 GOOD DRIES CRYSTAL CLEAR
Most hygienists do not like to see surfaces painted over after a mold job. This simply raises questions. They prefer a clear encapsulation. Gone 4 Good dries to a clear finish. You can barely tell that anything has been applied.
Before photos are the mold contaminated surfaces prior to removal with either On & Gone or OSR Dry
After photos are the same surfaces with stains removed by either On & Gone or OSR Dry AND then encapsulated with Gone 4 Good.
THE KIND OF PRODUCT YOU WOULD APPLY TO YOUR HOME
- Is not a biocide
- Contains no poisons
- Contains no harmful products that will break down over time and possibly off-gas VOCs
Part of the two product system that enables you to get into and out of an attic or crawl space in one day. This means a competitive advantage. Clean the surface of stains quickly and easily with On & Gone or OSR Dry. Save tons of labor time. Then protect the surface from the growth of mold with a permanent, high pH treatment within 30 minutes of application of the fast mold stain remover. This means you can win more jobs and make more profit on each and every job you win.
Think about it, you owe it to yourself to offer Gone 4 Good to your customer. Your team is in the home, containment is up, your van is on the driveway. You are ready. If you do not offer the confidence of a product that will protect surfaces for 10 years, your customer misses out on a mold-free home, and you miss out on the profit that can be earned from the application of Gone 4 Good.
Raise the pH. A simple, effective approach to stopping the growth of mold.
Mold needs a food source, moisture, and a neutral pH to proliferate. Why not make restored materials resistant to the growth of mold. How? By making the surface completely uninhabitable for mold.
It is a well-accepted fact that a surface with a high pH will not be one to support the growth of mold. pH levels greater than 7 are alkaline. Each increase in scale is a multiple of 10. So 8 is ten times more alkaline than 7, 9 is ten times more alkaline than 8, etc. a pH of 12.0 is actually 100,000 times more alkaline than a pH of 7.0. At the pH level attained by Gone 4 good, mold simply cannot grow!
A strategy that a restoration professional can now use is to deploy a product that safely and effectively harnesses the power of pH to prevent the growth of Mold.
Application of Gone 4 Good
|Proven by independent laboratories to attain a pH greater than 12. At this level of alkalinity, mold simply cannot thrive. Any spores that land on a treated surface simply will not grow.|
Gone 4 Good: Tested and Proven to Prevent the Growth of Mold
It is one thing to cite general studies, but quite another to "put your money where your mouth is" and prove your product works. In 2014, we hired a major independent laboratory to conduct experiments on ME12 - 400 to determine whether mold would grow on a treated surface. Following an accepted standardized protocol, various substrates were cleaned, then inoculated, and finally placed in a temperature and humidity controlled environment to encourage the growth of mold.