What is a Mould
A Mould-Less® monitors damp air in your home, the needle moves so can see when
damp air increases, then you need to take action to reduce it.
Why control damp
Damp air can lead to surface mould, it also leads to viruses, bacteria and will make your things damp.
Why does air get damp?
Air always contains water, too much is described as damp. Damp air can be brought in from outside in
summer, damp air also builds up in our homes if we don't get the right balance of moisture production, ventilation, and heating.
How will this
help me avoid damp and mould?
When you see the needle moving towards the red you will know it is time to act.
How does it
It doesn't need batteries or charging. It simply works with the air!
First get it out of the packet.
Then, stand it on a surface, not in direct sunlight/heat, or it can be hung on the wall.
Next, you need start observing it. When the needle moves towards the red you need to act.
For example you take a shower, and you try just opening a window in one room, the needle will move slowly, if you open two windows, only a tiny
bit, the air dries quicker and you don't loose too much heat. See how quick the meter returns to the green.
Also it will help you avoid common mistakes like letting in too much humid air in summer, or letting warm moist air in which can settle on a cold
back wall, or not ventilating and heating in an efficient way in winter.