Three pieces of Whatman filter paper coated with Superstratum then inoculated with three aggressive types of fungi. These samples were then placed into a chamber for three weeks at 84˚ F.
The next test was three more samples with the same method. Only this time, before inoculation, the samples were exposed to a continuous stream of water for 24 hours. After inoculation, the samples were placed into the chamber for three weeks at 84˚ F.
No mold growth was detected - even with the presence of water.
This photo was taken 20 months following treatment with Superstratum Mold Protectant.
Rain, snow, wind, and sun do not affect performance. The Smart Polymers in Superstratum adapt to these conditions for responsive performance against microbes, including mold, algae, and bacteria.
These samples show mold from an air test done in a theater struggling with mold and mildew problems. The business needed a solutions to the musty, mildew smells inside the building.
Superstratum was used to treat the chairs, carpets, drapery, and floors. This fixed the problem and afterwards the same test showed no mold. Superstratum works on virtually all surfaces to inhibit the growth of mold.
The wood sample on the right was treated with Superstratum Mold Protectant, while the wood on the left was untreated. Both pieces of wood were inoculated with the mold Cladosporium and then placed in a 100% humidity chamber.
The photo above was taken 15 days later. Microscopic observation found no mold growing on the treated wood.