Likelihood of health risks lower than many think
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1. George Negron said... on Sep 12, 2014 at 03:21PM
“great and well written about the dangers of mold on our health. the problem that i have seen is the odors that remain in the home even after it has been treated.My neighbor home had mold from a bad pipe and you can smell the odors fro across the street. a company came in and treated the home and used a product called odorklenz to treat the odors. The very same day that they used it we could notice the difference. I found the website if anyone needs it www.odorklemz.com”
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