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Vehicle Treatment Terms

Treatments are transferable – treatments can be donated to other individuals. If treatments are not used, it is a use it or lose it – treatments do not carry over to the following month. Treatment can be performed while structure is being treated and or can be performed at Air Quality Treater’s drive through – Located at 17170 Jordan Rd. Ste. 209 , Selma, TX 78154

Mold growth inside a vehicle’s AC ducts can occur due to moisture buildup, organic debris accumulation, and other common favorable conditions that allow mold growth.

Mold – Moisture accumulation inside the vehicle, especially in areas prone to leaks or water intrusion, can promote the growth of mold and mildew. Mold spores released into the air can worsen air quality and may cause respiratory symptoms or allergic reactions in sensitive individuals.

Road dust and other contaminants – Vehicles traveling on unpaved roads or dusty environments can stir up road dust and pollen, which can enter the vehicle through ventilation systems or open windows, contributing to poor air quality.

Vehicle Cabin Filters – Vehicle’s Cabin air filters are not regularly replaced or maintained, they can become clogged with dust, pollen, and other airborne particles, reducing their effectiveness at filtering air pollutants. Dirty or clogged filters can lead to poor air quality inside the vehicle.

Ideal environments – Bacteria and viruses can survive on various surfaces inside vehicles, including door handles, steering wheels, gear shifts, and touchscreens. Some microorganisms can survive for hours to days on surfaces, depending on environmental conditions.

Harmful Contaminants – Common bacteria found in vehicles include Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli (E. coli), and Bacillus cereus, among others. These bacteria can cause illnesses ranging from skin infections to food poisoning. Common viruses found in vehicles may include influenza viruses, rhinoviruses (causing the common cold), and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), among others.

Airborne Transmission – In addition to surface contamination, bacteria and viruses can also be transmitted through the air inside vehicles, especially in poorly ventilated or crowded conditions. Close proximity to an infected individual can increase the risk of airborne transmission of respiratory pathogens.

By treating your vehicle, you allow the continuation of a healthier environment with significantly less exposure to harmful contaminants. From your home to your car, make every environment a healthy one for yourself and others.

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