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Mold Stain earns Mold Help Seal of Approval   PDF  Print  E-mail 
Posted by Susan Lillard  
Tuesday, 31 August 2010

Salem, OR - Within a few years of the announcement of the Prestigious Mold Help Evaluation Program, we are proud to announce that we have selected new companies to receive the esteemed prestigious Mold Help Seal of Approval.

In the initial process of the Mold Help Organization non-biased evaluation process, we concurred that their frontrunners for our Mold Stain has surpassed our expectations in mold remediation and prevention.  Mold Help, who has the highest standards in the world for determining non-biased third-party evaluations, determined that this company is a true benefit to our consumers.

Mold Help conducts ratings on the following criteria; education, job experience, high performance within industry standards, pertinent accreditations, value and laboratory product analysis.

For a complete article and write-up of our independent evaluation, please go to our MH Approved Resources Directory at

The evaluation process, which took over one month to complete, has become an overwhelming success.  Unlike any other organizations, Mold Help has no conflict of interest, as nominees pay no money to be featured on the site for the year of approval and the evaluation/awardees process is extremely thorough.  

Soon, the site will become an international resource for highly ethical companies who share the same values of efficacy and high standards. The success stems from the Mold Help website,, which has been the highest ranked website in the world for free information, resources, education, scientific documentation, and solutions to mold problems.

The Mold help Organization, the largest consumer advocacy and intervention group for mold issues has created the only program of its kind to assist consumers in making educated decisions regarding fully approved, investigated, tested, and analyzed environmental testing/inspection, moisture management, fungicide, resistant, or coating products, and remediation companies.

Since there are no governmental regulations in these industries, basically anyone can become so called certified on indoor air quality.  Businesses are taking advantage of this by offering absurd and outrageously expensive programs that make consumer scams appear, in our opinion, as a understatement, in the opinion of the Mold Help panel of experts. 
We receive numerous complaints about products who make claims to abate mold that are totally ineffective, and in some cases cause more problems than anything.

Due to ensuing complaints from consumers who had dealt with so called certified mold professionals, Mold Help urges you to select only Mold Help Approved Resources who have been fully investigated and approved by our expert panel. 

Last Updated (Monday, 17 January 2011)

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