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  • J. B. Tait - Clearing up a misconception: The Mold is Dead.

    I was tempted to make this a one star review for a 5 star product so it would show in the One Star category where there are complaints based on a misconception. This product is wonderful for killing mold down to the roots, but you might not see the results immediately. You may not realize how well it worked until you've waited to see that the mold didn't come back, as it often does with bleach, Lysol, and other products. The mold is dead even if the stain does not go away. Any stain that remains is the dead bodies of the mold. On smooth surfaces, scrub the stain away. On porous surfaces, after a day or so to let the Concrobium finish killing it, you can bleach the stain with a product such as Clorox or Tilex.

  • Lots of common sense! - Lots of common sense!

    Common sense is what we need more today than ever. These little stories have been around for centuries but they show so much about human nature that is still true today. These stories help children, adults, and even "troubled people" like the ones who copy all of the violence they see on TV, at home, etc.