The Science and Testing Behind My Favorite Mold Products
I am excited about this post. Today, I am finally going to take a deep, technical and scientific dive into your questions about the EC3 Products that I love so much and write about frequently on this blog. I hope to answer questions, like,
Why do I use the EC3 Products?
Do they really work?
Is there actual science and testing behind the ingredients in the products?
Has a lab tested the products and their efficacy against mold and mycotoxins?
What other products, if any, do I use and recommend for mold?
What products do I stay away from?
Lots of questions, I know. I do intend to answer each one, so that you can see why I have decided to place such trust in one line of products.
You see, even though I have recommended the EC3 Products from the beginning, I am not sure if I have ever clearly stated my personal reasons for deciding to use them in our home for mold remediation, cleaning for mold, and mold maintenance. I also don’t know if I have ever really gotten into the nitty gritty of how the EC3 Products actually work or why the ingredients contained in the products are so effective against mold. It seems like I should’ve addressed this a long time ago, especially when there are so many other competitor products in this “mold space,” and I don’t write about them. I realize the glaring omission, and want to address that also.