Here at we frequently receive comments, compliments, and questions from customers about our products. Unlike what seems to be the case with many of the big companies that dominate the American retail landscape these days, here at CleanerToday we take questions from our customers very seriously. We try our best to answer everyone as quickly and as completely as we can. Occasionally, a customer raises a question, or makes an observation, that could apply to many of our customers and when that happens we will feature it for everyone to read and gain knowledge from. All of us at CleanerToday acknowledge on a daily basis that without you, our customers, we have no business, and therefore we strive to provide the best service possible. We hope the information below will, therefore, be of value in helping you make your decision about purchasing and using our products.

Customer Experience

A customer in the Northeast had previously tried our 16 ounce bottle of MoldStat Plus, a super-concentrated product that, when diluted, yields 21 gallons of cleaner.



He used the product to remove mold and other dirt and general grime from his deck. He experienced great results! He was so pleased in fact, that he wrote to the CleanerToday Customer Service and Inquiry Response Unit to find out if MoldStat Plus could also be effectively used to clean the entire exterior of his roughly 1,300 square foot home, which was covered in painted cedar shingles, in preparation for repainting. The answer was absolutely yes, he could use MoldStat Plus concentrate to clean dirt, mold, and other debris from the exterior of his home, with the assistance of a power washer. For a job of that size we recommended 4 of the new, and exclusively available from, 32 ounce size bottles that feature an easy pour system, completely different from the Bettix “squeeze and fill” bottle in which the 16 ounce size of MoldStat Plus is sold. While this customer needed four bottles of the 32 ounce size, or a total of one gallon, customers with smaller cleaning jobs can purchase the new 32 ounce size bottle in single quantities as well.

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MoldStat Plus Power

This customer’s experience highlights the incredible general cleaning and mold removing power of MoldStat Plus concentrate. Decks that have been exposed to multiple seasons of rain, snow, and sun can really accumulate a great deal of mold, algae and just general dirt. MoldStat Plus easily powers through all of that crud, leaving decks, and other outdoor surfaces, looking incredible, and perfect for hosting those soon to be coming Labor Day barbeques.

Powerful But Safe and Gentle

But, despite the power that MoldStat Plus packs in a small bottle against dirt, mold, and grime, it is also gentle enough to use on cedar shingles, which can be delicate and difficult to clean, without any concern about harming the natural wood. In fact, the active ingredients in MoldStat Plus are gentle enough to be licensed and widely used for cleaning greenhouse and nursery equipment, demonstrating the non-harmful nature of the product when used with wood and other plant material. MoldStat Plus is also safe for any plants on decks, patios, or perimeter/foundation plantings, provided that it has been properly diluted to the correct usage strength prior to application.

Painted Surfaces: OK!

And equally important for many outdoor household applications, MoldStat Plus is completely safe for painted surfaces, such as the painted cedar shingle siding this customer wanted to clean. Unfortunately, many other cleaners that might come close to the mold killing power of MoldStat Plus are just not safe for painted or other finished exterior, or interior, surfaces. MoldStat Plus is designed to kill mold and remove dirt; it isn’t designed to harm paint, metallic finishes in bathrooms or kitchens, tile, grout, sealed stonework, or any other surface that is water-safe. MoldStat Plus brings amazing cleaning power to your cleaning tasks without worries about damage to the surfaces to be cleaned.

We were happy to hear that our customer in the Northeast had a strongly positive experience using MoldStat Plus concentrate that he purchased from us here at We hope to hear from you soon as well so that we can have the pleasure of helping you determine which of our products is the best choice for your particular cleaning challenge.

No one wants to buy a home filled with black mold and mildew, so let’s explore how to remove mildew and mold in homes, apartments and basements.

Mold Detection

Start by finding black mold by a Visible inspection of key black mold hiding places:

  • mold under carpets
  • mildew along basement walls
  • air conditioner vents with moldy smells
  • Mold on attic rafters

At this stage take mold pictures that you can share with mold remediation specialists, or as a reference after your own DIY mold removal project.

Black Mold and Mildew Removal

Getting rid of the black mold can be accomplished with a variety of mold cleaners, and mold killers. Continue reading

Q: How can I remove bathroom ceiling mold / mildew?

I have a bathroom with mold / mildew on the ceiling. but nothing on the walls. I think I’ve tracked the issue down to using a basic ceiling white paint on the ceiling, but using a better paint on the walls which included a built in fungicide.

OK, I would like to repaint. I plan to use a paint with a fungicide on both the ceiling and walls, but realize that I need to kill the mold spores before doing anything.

Continue reading

Q: Can I use MoldSTAT on furniture?

My name is Laura, I ordered MoldSTAT Plus mold killing product and I absolutely love it! But we have mold everywhere in our home in the basement there is lots of mold on wood furniture that I don’t want to get rid of. Continue reading

Q: Why does MoldSTAT plus work better than bleach?

After years of flood clean up using bleach, this past year we stopped switched to Mold STAT plus to reduce the fabric and carpet damage.
We know the Active Ingredient in bleach is chlorine and it causes colors to be ‘bleached’ (isn’t that why it is called bleach?). Why do MoldSTAT ingredients still kill mold, germs and bacteria, but not damage colors? Continue reading

MoldSTAT Plus – controls odors and kills mold

MoldSTAT Plus Product Review

4.9 out of 5 stars
I have been using cleaner today MoldSTAT mold removal products for 5 years with excellent results. I removed the stains from my roof, cleaned mold out of my basement walls, cleaned exterior mold off brick, and now I have just fogged my air ducts which had a strong unidentified oder.

In each case the MoldSTAT product provided worked well and even more importantly the mold problems did not return.

Great products, great prices, quick shipping and well packed boxes.

Donald from MarylandMay 2012

Q: Can I kill mold under the cabinets without removing them?

We have been using mold stat plus mold killer and moldstat barrier at our cabin which was hit by the flood.

Bedrooms are done and we are working in the kitchen. The wall that the
kitchen cabinets are attached is where the mold came in for sure as it is
widespread in the kitchen as we took up the laminate floors.

Is there a way to spray with the mold stat killer and barrier without removing the kitchen cabinets to get to the floor underneath. Is that possible at all? Continue reading

Mold is everywhere, but under control
The reality about mold is that molds are just part of nature. Without mold, last year’s leaves and yard waste would not be broken down. Mold spreads in nature through airborne spores, that are too small to be seen. The spores land, and when water is present, they grow and spread. Without water, mold won’t grow. But outdoors, humidity, rain, even the morning’s dew all provide mold with the water moisture needed to grow and thrive. Continue reading

Mold is News – Why mold cleaner information?

Mold has become news in the past few years.  Mold Removal has become big business for mold remediation companies.
So naturally, mold removal or mold remediation can also be a home Do It Yourself mold cleaning project.

We looked for guidance about choosing a mold cleaner, but couldn’t find any quality source of mold cleaning information ( other than a few mold cleaner products pointing fingers at each other over who was better)

The mold cleaning project gave us the idea to create Mold Cleaner Information! Continue reading