Mold Zero rolls out nontoxic virus-eliminating process
Five years ago, Rusty Tweed, owner of Tweed Financial Services of San Marino, started a sideline business called Mold Zero.
Using a unique patented nontoxic process, Mold Zero tackles and effectively destroys hard-to-get-at mold in homes and offices. This process involves two steps. The first is a “dry fog” that fills the indoor space and kills 99.99% of all microorganisms (virus, mold and bacteria). The second step is an antimicrobial nano coating that is sprayed onto the surface of all objects, walls, floors, counter tops, chairs, door handles, etc.
“We even do the interior of cars and trucks,” Tweed says. “This will destroy any microorganism that comes in contact with it for at least 90 days.”
These processes were originally developed as a sterilant against virus and bacteria, but were adapted to kill mold, which is much harder to eradicate than a virus.
“Our many years of experience in eliminating mold has made us uniquely trained and experienced to knock out any and all pathogens, of which the coronavirus is only one of many,” Tweed says.
Recently with the onslaught of COVID-19 and its attendant fears, Mold Zero has been contacted to sanitize local schools, preschools, doctor’s and chiropractic offices, medical clinics, factories and large offices. It has the capacity to tackle indoor floor space from 1,000 square feet to in excess of 100,000 square feet.
“We are energetically taking on a plethora of both everyday environments and many truly unique situations that are being presented by the possibility of contamination by the current pandemic,” Tweed says.
“We welcome these potentially dangerous situations, as we have the background and experience that is truly unique to this industry and know we can effectively deal with and cleanse any indoor space. We are passionate about using our processes to take out and eliminate any and all dangerous microorganisms to create a truly human-friendly indoor area.”