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Shurhold Moldaway makes boats cleaner and safer

by Shurhold 15 Sep 17:25 PDT

Beyond being unsightly, mold and mildew can cause allergic and respiratory issues in many people—as can the harsh chemicals typically used to remove them. Moldaway from Shurhold is different. It cleans away the stains naturally and kills fungi spores to stop them from returning.

Made in the USA, Moldaway is a scientifically formulated oxygenated cleaner. It doesn't contain bleach or chlorine, so it won't leave a residue nor damage surfaces. It's safe for use on fiberglass, paint, vinyl, plastic, carpeting and wood, as well as sailcloth, canvas and most other fabrics.

Moldaway powerfully eliminates mold, mildew and algae. It's equally effective on dirt, blood, and stains from food and beverages.

A powdered formula, Moldaway becomes active when mixed with warm water. Its ratio is 30ml per liter of water. The surface to which Moldaway is applied should be cool and the solution allowed to stand wet for 10 minutes, or longer, for stubborn stains. Then, it's rinsed. The mixture stays active for up to 10 hours to help tackle big projects.

Dedicated to educating boat owners, Shurhold provides key tips for boat value preservation at shurhold.com. Inventor of the One Handle Does It All system, Shurhold manufactures specialty care items and accessories to clean, polish and detail.

For more information contact Shurhold, Tel: +1-772-287-1313; Fax: +1-772-286-9620 or visit shurhold.com.

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