Yes, BORACARE with MOLD-CARE is a great product that will take care of the current mold that you have, and prevent any future mold from growing as well. Please be aware that while BoraCare with MoldCare it will not take care of any stains that may be left from the mold. To get rid of the actual mark or stain on the wood, you need to apply Mold-Clean to the area. Mold-Clean should be applied first, and then you should treat the area with BoraCare with MoldCare to make sure the actual mold in the wood is neutralized.
It is also extremely important to eliminiate any excess moisture or humidity issues that may cause future mold or fungus problems. You will not be able to prevent mold growth if there are uncorrected moisture issues.
Yes, Bora-Care with Mold-Care is labeled to be applied to concrete.
Bora-Care with Mold-Care can be applied in any temperature as long as it is not below freezing. However, the warmer the temperature the easier it will be to mix and apply because of its thick consistency.
There is not a pre-treatment that is required when applying Boracare with Mold-Care. You may use Mold Clean to removed any existing stains from mold or to brighten the wood before applying Boracare. You should also be sure that the wood is free from dust or other debris before apply Boracare with Mold-Care.
Boracare with Moldcare is corrosive to both metal and PVC pipes and care should be taken to keep the product on wood only.
BORACARE with MOLD-CARE is labeled to be applied to concrete. Yes, you want to remove the mold prior to treatment.
We are not familiar with any bio activator products to know if they should be cleaned off the surface so be sure to refer the product label for those instructions but as long as the wood has dried after applying the other product, you can apply the BORACARE with MOLD-CARE.
Bora-Care with Mold-Care absorbs into the wood and remains there for as long as the wood is in service. This provides years of residual protection if used as directed on the product label for mold fungi, decay fungi and stain fungi. It is important to reduce moisture, address any leaks or water damage/sources and have proper ventilation in crawlspaces. Crawl spaces that are not ventilated properly (or AC systems that are below the dew point), will cause condensation, and eventually mold/fungus to occur.