Concrobium in the News

Concrobium in the News – We like it when other people do the bragging for us. Check out the links below to see the Concrobium name in lights! 

 

Kill mould the right way

Steve Maxwell Home Repairs Advice, Toronto Star, Published on Fri Apr 19 2013

Every house in the world has at least a little mould somewhere. The question is, does mould matter? And if it does, how best to get rid of mould once and for all?

 

New and not so Moldy
Mat Hickman, Eco-living blog expert
Friday, October 9, 2009 – Mother Nature Network

Feeling a little damp lately? Avoid using bleachy mold-busting solutions around the house and consider Concrobium Mold Control. … read more


Glenn Haege: Ask Glenn

Wednesday, July 7, 2009 – DetNews.com (Detroit News)

Dear Glenn: We had the company that replaced our roof see if we had a leak somewhere … He told us there was mildew in the attic … read more


Get Rid of Mildew

Good Housekeeping Reports
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Sunday June 14, 2009

Mold and mildew thrive in the sticky summer weather. To get the mold and mildew in your home under control, the Good Housekeeping Research Institute developed this speed-cleaning guide… read more


Concrobium Mold Control® receives Nano 50™ Award

Thursday, July 10, 2008 – Press release

NEW YORK, July 10 — Nanotech Briefs has announced the winners of its fourth annual Nano 50™ awards competition, which recognizes the top 50 technologies, innovators, and products that have significantly impacted, or will impact, the development of nanotechnology … read more


Glenn Haege: Ask Glenn

Wednesday, July 9, 2008 – DetNews.com (Detroit News)

Dear Glenn: When the warm temps arrive, we have a problem with mildew appearing virtually overnight on the bowl, seat and lid of the toilets. This happens more in the two toilets closest to where our septic tank is located. Short of daily cleaning, do you have any suggestions? Of course, leaving both toilet seat and lid up does help but looks very unattractive … read more


Water damage from shower a simple fix

Saturday, July 5, 2008 – Toronto Star

Q: How should water damage be repaired in our brand new home? Lack of caulking in the shower led to a leak, causing a couple of five-centimetre by five-centimetre stains on the ceiling below. Our builder says that repainting will solve the problem. … read more


New in Homes section: Vicky Sanderson

Saturday, May 17, 2008 – Toronto Sun

Concrobium Mold Control is a DIY solution that eliminates existing indoor mould and prevents new growth … read more


Home & Garden section: Mag Ruffman

Friday, April 4, 2008 – Toronto Sun

Are you fleshing out your spring project lists, but wondering what order to do things in?
Your home can tell you. And even your mood offers clues … read more


Hope’s Bag – Home Mold Warning

Monday, January 21, 2008

Although many products claim to kill mold, they tend to be toxic and yet another health risk. We love a great product called Concrobium that is 100% natural and contains no bleach, ammonia, alcohol or other harmful chemicals… read more


Condos Section: Cristina da Silva

Saturday, December 8, 2007 – Toronto Star

People with mould sensitivities, asthma or compromised immune systems need to take extra precautions around live trees … read more


ToolGirl – putting the ‘Ow!’ in How-To

Mag Ruffman’s luminous answers to questions from ToolGirls and ToolLads
October 13, 2007 – Home & Garden Pro.com

Before replacing the flooring sections, spray the area and the bottom of the sections with Concrobium, www.concrobium.com, to prevent mold growth … read more


2007 Builders’ Show Highlights

March 27, 2007 – Home & Garden Pro.com

Take a look at some of the new tools, products and ideas we learned about at the 2007 International Builders’ show. I used to think that mold was just an unsightly nuisance that needed to be cleaned. … read more


Those Golden Mouldies

January 20, 2007 – The Toronto Sun

Humid weather conditions, as we all know, promote the growth of mould. And mould spores in household air can aggravate allergy, asthma and other respiratory problems. … read more


Eliminate Mould

Fall, 2006 – ECO Options magazine

Humid weather conditions, as we all know, promote the growth of mould. And mould spores in household air can aggravate allergy, asthma and other respiratory problems. … read more


Canadian Innovations Lead Latest Products for Home and Garden

June 29, 2006 – Realty Times

After covering the home improvement industry for more than 20 years, I’m still astounded at the number of innovative products… read more


Breaking the Mould

May 1, 2006 – Green Living Magazine

Toss the bleach — there’s a new non-toxic mould-buster in town… read more


New product promises to break the mould

March 13, 2006 – The Telegram

They’re living matter normally part of the outdoor environment, but when mould spores find their way indoors, they can become a health hazard for humans. … read more


Concrobium works for Lethbridge local

March 11, 2006 – The Lethbridge Herald

A new Canadian mould-control product made of natural, food-grade ingredients appears to fulfill its manufacturers promise to eliminate existing mould and prevent new mould from cropping up. … read more


Killing mold – the natural way

January 6, 2006 – The Toronto Star

Concrobium Mold Control Spray, which hit shelves in Canada last month, is a revolutionary and natural way to remove mold and fungus growth, a problem that affects about 50 per cent of Canadian homes, according to a Health and Welfare Canada study. … read more


End Mold And Mildew Forever

December 29, 2005 – Toolgirl Typepad

I have two washrooms and both of them are full of mold. Every month I clean the walls and ceiling with bleach. Mold comes back again. What should i do to get rid of it?… read more


New product offers relief from mold – Siamons International Introduces Concrobium

November 28, 2005 – Press Release

A Toronto-based company has launched a revolutionary product to help combat the mold problem that is spreading throughout Canadian homes, schools, offices and institutions. … read more