Dry Fog Mold Remediation is the Future
Dry Fog (Our Patented Technology)
Smaller droplets rebound from surfaces creating a vapor. The vapor, as well as the fumes, create an inescapable environment for mold.
Wet Chemical Treatments (Other Technology)
The larger droplets burst and create wet surfaces, like rain. The larger particle size also creates gaps in molecular coverage and leaves a residue.
Why Choose Demolition Free Mold Removal?
What Sets Us Apart
Dry Fog technology is what sets PuriCleanse mold remediation apart from the competition. Instead of sledge hammers and axes slamming into your mold infested walls, tiny particles of a dry fog fill the capacity of your home or office, destroying all mold cells in its path. Our patented micron particle is so small that it continues to bounce around the room for several minutes before finally dissipating. The best part about developing such a particle, is that it gets nothing in your home or office wet.
1st Step: InstaPURE
The first of PuriCleanse two-step process is a fog called, InstaPURE. InstaPURE is a powerful disinfectant that recognizes mold spores throughout your home and destroys them. By turning the mold spore into inert matter, your family can breathe a healthy sigh of relief knowing that the mold in your home is gone. InstaPURE is such a strong disinfectant, it will disinfect any surface it touches. InstaPURE is also used in hospitals, daycares, gyms, and cars.
2nd Step: EverPURE
EverPURE is the second application in the PuriCleanse mold remediation system. InstaPURE can disinfect virtually any home, office, or other building but what happens when new mold enters the premises? EverPURE is the answer! EverPURE provides an EPA verified 90 days of protection once it is applied. This anti-microbial leaves no residue but sits on your keyboard, door knobs, and every other surface of your home waiting for the next mold looking for a place to land. When mold tries to land on a surface of your home EverPURE destroys the cell on contact.
*Both InstaPURE and EverPURE are EPA approved in all 50 States.