With all the rain and flooding we are
having in S. Texas, mold might be a problem around your home. If you
are getting mold around the AC vents, use the
Zep Mold and Mildew
. Place plastic and news papers down under the vent
and use the
Zep and spray around the stains on the vent. Let
it drip dry. Do not attempt to scrub just let it drip dry. The
will leave the vent clean, and the ceiling also. You can use the
Zep around inside the shower, and on the walls above the
shower. If you are having mildew outside on decks and sidewalks then
30 Second Outdoor Cleaner. You just have to wait til
ist dry outside because the
30 Second Outdoor Cleaner works
faster on a dry surface. If you are always having problems with
mold on the outside of the house whether it’s raining or not, clean
off the mold with either the
30 Second Outdoor Cleaner or
Jomax, and then when the surface is dry apply Clear Shell.
Clear Shell is a mold inhibitor that will protect the outside
of the home from mildew for up to 18 months. So for those of us that
are plagued with persistent mildew on one side of the house, Clear
Shell is the answer. You can use
Clear Shell on outdoor chair
cushions, awnings, boat cushions, and patio furniture. When
is sprayed on a surface it provides a barrier that will
prevent mold spores from sticking to the surface. And mold does do
damage to a surface, so it’s not just an eyesore. So clean with
30 Second Outdoor Cleaner then put up a barrier with
Now to the email…..
Question: I have an iron gate that was
rusting and I used the
Rust Cure! However, now I have white
spots that have shown up and I wipe them away but they come back.
What do I do now?
Answer: When you use Rust Cure,
you have to make sure that there is no moisture on the surface during
the curing process. However this is an easy fix, just take a little
Rust Cure on a rag and wipe down the gate. This will remove
the spots. Great Question!
Question: I had some doilies on a bed
side table and when I removed them they left a sticky residue and I
can’t get it off. I used peanut butter, and other removers but
nothing is getting it off. Do you have any ideas?
Answer: There is a product called Lift
and it comes in several different formulas. There is one for
sticky tape residue, that will not harm your wood finish and that’s
what I would use. Spray it on, and in a minute wipe off the residue.
Then I want you to protect your surface with a product called
Wax. Feed and Wax made by Howards is a formula
of bees wax, carnauba wax, and orange oil that will leave a
protective coating on the furniture while restoring the moisture in
the wood that will make the wood glow. Put about a dimes worth on a
soft cloth and polish into the wood, turn you cloth over and buff
Question: I have built a new outdoor
kitchen with stainless steel grill and side burners. Rain and wind
have blown small tree partials onto the stainless and the acid and or
tree sap have created many small stain spots all over the outdoor
kitchen. How do I remove the stains and what do I protect it with.
Answer: Clean the surface with a safe
Holy Cow Concentrated Degreaser. That will
remove the tree sap and give a clean surface. Using a soft towel,
spray on the
Holy Cow full strength and then wipe clean with
the towel. Then use the
Sheila Shine. It’s a great
stainless steel cleaner, and will leave a shine on the stainless
along with protection. I think you have a great idea of using a
protective cover on the kitchen when not in use.