You’ve probably heard that Wet & Forget Indoor Mold + Mildew Disinfectant Cleaner makes it a cinch to wipe out mold and mildew in your basement, laundry room, and bathroom. But did you know that Wet & Forget Indoor is also the perfect choice for defeating mold and mildew in your boat and on your outdoor furniture?
Read on to discover 4 new places to put Wet & Forget Indoor to work for you!
Boats are constantly around moisture, which makes them prime breeding ground for mold and mildew. Wet & Forget Indoor is the perfect choice to eliminate mold and mildew on your boat’s hard, non-porous surfaces, such as the bilge, vinyl seat covers, floors, and finished woodwork, and inhibit mold and mildew re-growth.*
You camper can also become infested with mold and mildew, leaving it stained and musty-smelling. Wet & Forget Indoor wipes out mold and mildew on any hard, non-porous surface in your camper or RV.*
2. Trash Cans
The inside of your kitchen trash can is a perfect environment for mold and mildew growth, because the trash bag prevents air circulation, seals in moisture, and seals out sunlight. Wet & Forget Indoor kills mold and mildew in your trash can with no scrubbing or bleach needed, disinfects, kills odor-causing bacteria, and leaves behind a fresh, clean scent.
Wet & Forget Indoor also inhibits mold and mildew re-growth, so you won’t have to clean the trash can again and again. You have better things to do!
3. Inside Garages and Sheds
The walls, floor and ceiling in your garage or shed can make good environments for mold and mildew growth. All mold and mildew need is a little moisture, and the dark environment can soon become a mold and mildew colony.
Wet & Forget Indoor eliminates mold and mildew on hard, non-porous surfaces in your garage and shed with no scrubbing or bleach needed. Just spray, wait 10 minutes, wipe, and you’re done!
Be sure to keep the spiders away as well with Miss Muffets Revenge!
*Rinse all surfaces that come in contact with food such as countertops, appliances, tables and stovetops with potable water before reuse. Do not use on utensils, glassware or dishes.
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