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If You Can Use a Flashlight, You Can Use
The Got Mold? Test Kit
To see just how easy, please view the Instructional Guide that is included with every Test Kit.
For some folks, the hardest part of using the Got Mold? Test Kit may be to stand still for three minutes while you collect an air sample. For others, the hardest part may be to decide where to take your samples. Either way, we're not talking rocket science or heavy labor here.
Thanks to the experts behind the kit, the tools and the testing process meet the highest scientific standards. But we explain exactly what to do in clear, simple terms.
We include the following items to guide you:
- An Instructional Video Guide (DVD),
- A User Guide with step-by-step instructions and clear illustrations, and,
- A Knowledge Supplement if you want to go beyond the basics to learn more about mold assessment.
You can download and view these items from our support
We also provide toll-free telephone support at no extra charge, at 800-838-1388.
In a nutshell, all you do is:
- Unpack your kit.
- Decide where to take samples.
- Put batteries in your Bio-VacTM Air Sampling pump.
- Remove the seals and place an Air-O-Cell? cassette on the pump.
- Stand still outdoors for three minutes to collect an air sample for a baseline the lab will compare with your indoor samples.
- Remove and reseal the cassette.
- Repeat Steps 4, 5, and 6 for up to two indoor locations, to collect air samples.
- Peel the lining from a Bio-TapeTM surface sampling slide.
- Press the slide against the surface to test.
- Peel off the slide and return it to its case.
- Repeat Steps 8 , 9 and 10 for up to two other surfaces.
- Place all samples in the plastic Sample Submission Bag.
- Complete the Sample Submission form. If you do this online, you will save $30 off the cost of your laboratory analyses.
- Place the samples in the prepaid padded envelope and drop it in the mail.
In less than fifteen minutes you can have your samples collected. In ten business days, you can be reading your emailed report
from the laboratory (USPS-mailed reports may take longer). You'll either be breathing a sigh of relief, or you'll be planning your next move. And, we'll be right there to help.
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