I’ve been using this simple filter for a few weeks now, and I am so happy that I did. I had been getting so many dirty/muddy/greasy things in my fridge that it was starting to get to me. I’m on a low acid, so I like to keep it running. This filter filters the air around my fridge, which is a plus.
This is a good way to keep food from getting moldy, mildewed, or just gross to you. It is the easiest filter I have ever used, and I have to admit that I do forget to use it. I usually use it to clean out my microwave, but it will do a great job for anything that needs to be cleaned.
As I told you on the previous post, the water filter works great for keeping food from breaking down, so I was surprised that it had no effect on my moldy food.
I’m not sure if it has a lot to do with mold, mildew, or what, but that’s the only thing that doesn’t work. And as for the water filter, I just wonder if the mold in my house will start to grow if I don’t use it.
Im still using it for everything we need to clean up moldy food, so my guess is that the mold may be coming from the fridge. There are a lot of places that are so cold and damp that mold will grow.
I had assumed that the mold in my home was simply from the moldy food that I ate while eating lunch. But now I’m starting to believe that there may be more to the mold than I thought. I’m sure there are some people who have mold in their homes, but I’m seeing a lot of mold in my home.
If you don’t know what mold is, then you don’t know how to clean it. It is the fungus that grows on moldy food. Mold can be pretty disgusting, but the mold I’m seeing in my home is no worse than the mold I grew on my mother’s kitchen floor. The mold I’ve seen in my own home is much worse.
Mold is actually one of the easier things to clean up because you don’t have an environment to grow the fungus in. Mold is a living organism, so it creates its own spores to help it grow. We call them “fungi,” but they are actually microscopic creatures that grow and reproduce in the environment, and those spores are not actually fungi.
Mold is essentially the same thing as bacteria and viruses, and they are far more harmful to your health. Even if you remove the mold spores, the harmful bacteria and viruses that come along with them will still be present in the environment. Mold spores will also cause other things like allergens and fungus to grow around you.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, if you are exposed to mold spores, you can develop asthma, bronchitis, sinusitis, ear infection, and can even develop pneumonia. That goes for kids as well.