Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Sunday, October 22, 2017

FREE CONFERENCE CALL with Dr. Ed and Jacqui Close



Free Conference Call with Dr. Ed and Jacqui Close



We feel called by God to offer help to those who have been impacted by mold, whether from the hurricanes and flooding, or leaks, water damage, or whatever the source.  If you are someone who has questions about preventing and eliminating mold, we invite you to join us for a FREE Conference Call. This call is for people who want to know what to do to deal with mold in a way that will not harm you or your family.  We will do a short presentation to cover the basics, then share The Close Protocol we developed and tested. After that, we will answer as many of your questions as possible.

Topic:  Addressing Mold in Buildings Naturally with Essential Oils

Two possible dates…

Date:   Wednesday, October 25, 2017
Time:  8 pm Eastern Time
            7 pm Central Time
            6 pm Mountain Time
            5 pm Pacific Time

Date:   Saturday, October 28, 2017
Time:  4 pm Eastern Time
            3 pm Central Time
            2 pm Mountain Time
            1 pm Pacific Time

Join us for a FREE Conference Call where we will do a short presentation on the basics of addressing mold in buildings and then answer your questions.

The number to call:
1-712-770-4671 from the USA (Charges and/or data usage may be associated with this call)
Access Code:  712215

If you miss the first call, we hope you can make time for the second call. This is not being recorded. 

Hope you can join us.
Abundant Blessings and Warm e-Hugs,
Dr. Ed and Jacqui Close

We pray that you be guided with right discernment in all that you do. May you be blessed richly and abundantly, and may you always enjoy Vibrant Health!
Very Sincerely,
Dr. Ed And Jacqui Close
Owners, EJC Advantage LLC

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Are Bleach, Vinegar or Hydrogen Peroxide Effective for Removing Mold in Buildings?


Are Bleach, Vinegar or Hydrogen Peroxide Effective for Removing Mold?

By Edward R Close, PhD, and Jacquelyn A Close
Copyright © September 6, 2017

Bleach is about 97% water and only 3% chlorine. When you use bleach, it will kill mold and bleach the color out of any mold that you might have seen, so the mold then appears to be cleaned up. However, the chlorine evaporates before the water and that leaves water in the areas where you have had mold. 

Water feeds mold. That is why when you use bleach, you will normally see mold growing in the same areas in just a few days. In fact, mold will begin re-establishing itself in areas treated with bleach within 24 hours. This is one of the main reasons Bleach is NOT recommended for removing mold from buildings.

Using bleach, you can only address mold on surfaces, and primarily visible mold. Breathing mold spores is the first pathway of admission to the body. To address mold spores in the air, you must use something that disperses into the air. Bleach has no effect on mold spores in the air. Therefore, Bleach is NOT effective for removing mold from buildings.


What about vinegar and hydrogen peroxide? 


Vinegar is about 5% acetic acid and 95% water. The same is true for most all forms of vinegar. And, like bleach, the acid will evaporate prior to the water. White Vinegar is widely used in household cleaning because it is acidic, and can dissolve mineral deposits from glass, coffee makers, and other smooth surfaces. For most uses, dilution with additional water is recommended for safety and to avoid damaging the surfaces being cleaned. Vinegar is NOT effective for removing mold from buildings for many of the same reasons bleach is not effective.


Hydrogen Peroxide (H2 O2) is generally sold in dilutions of 3% H2 O2 to 97% water. Hydrogen peroxide is a strong oxidizing agent used in water as a bleach, and as a topical anti-infective. It is relatively unstable. Although nonflammable, it is a powerful oxidizing agent that can cause spontaneous combustion when it comes in contact with organic materials. And like bleach, it is largely water. So again, you have the same problems with using Hydrogen Peroxide as you do in using bleach and vinegar.


How do these three options, which are promoted by many as effective agents for remediating mold, stack up?
 
  1. All three of these options can only be applied to mold on surfaces. 
  2. All three will have some impact on mold found on surfaces, killing some of it, but not all of it. 
  3. Mold will re-establish itself within 24 hours following application of any of these three water-based solutions. 
  4. None of these three options (bleach, vinegar or hydrogen peroxide) will address mold spores in the air. And remember, it is the mold spores in the air that contribute to more than 90% of illnesses associated with mold exposure. 


What do you recommend?

We strongly recommend diffusing Thieves essential oil and using The Close Protocol for Remediating Mold in Buildings. This approach has proven over and over again in tests conducted since 2005, and verified by EPA approved independent laboratories, to be the best option for eliminating mold both in the air and on surfaces. And testing has also shown that diffusing the Thieves essential oils provides a residual effect that can last at least 3-6 months. This residual effect is not available with any other known option available today.  


Diffusing Thieves oil allows you to address mold on surfaces and in the air at the same time. For information on how to use essential oils for diffusing, please visit our 2017 Diffuser Recommendations Page.

If you have visible mold, then you may also need to use the Thieves Household Cleaner (THC). For more information on why, please review the following article published previously on this website:


We have more than 20 years of mold remediation experience, over 10 years experience using The Close Protocol to Remediate Mold in Buildings, and many hundreds of personally-supervised mold remediation projects where The Close Protocol was employed at hospitals, schools, State of Missouri agencies, and in businesses and homes across the country. We have found that Thieves essential oil and the Thieves essential-oil based cleaner have proven far more cost effective, as well as more complete in addressing and remediating mold in buildings.

Articles discussing mold remediation options and detailed answers to questions about using the Close Protocol for Mold Remediation in Buildings are freely provided on this website. For those of you who require additional help, please visit our REQUEST HELP page and our PUBLICATIONS page.

Basic information about the Close Protocol for Mold Remediation in Buildings is presented in Chapter 7 of our book, “Nature’s Mold Rx, The Non-Toxic Solution to Toxic Mold.” The book also discusses twenty case studies in detail, and most of the questions that may arise when the protocol is applied are answered in the book or on our website:  www.NaturesMold Rx.com.

If you have questions about how to use oils and diffusers, please visit our 2017 DIFFUSER RECOMMENDATIONS page.

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We pray that you be guided with right discernment in all that you do. May you be blessed richly and abundantly, and may you always enjoy Vibrant Health!
Very Sincerely,



Dr. Ed And Jacqui Close
Owners, EJC Advantage LLC
Copyright  © 2017

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