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Endurance BioBarrier Review

I’m going to warn you now, this is not a pretty post. But, this product review of Endurance Cleaner Prep and Endurance BioBarrier will most likely be one of your favorite posts if you deal with continual mold & mildew growth (especially in a small coffin-like shower from the 1970’s.)

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You may remember how much I love our master bathroom shower:

Mold & Mildew Free Shower for 4 months | Pretty Handy Girl

That ugly harvest gold tile shower is the ugliest spot in our home. And, its attractive color is not helped by the mold growth that returns like clockwork every three weeks. I have tried everything to control its regrowth. What I’ve tried is using bleach, and leaving the shower door open all day. I even replaced the caulk in this shower. But, every three weeks that mold peeks out from the cracks and crevices.

This bathroom is slated to be demolished at some point, but until then it needs constant cleaning. That is until a few months ago when I tried Endurance BioBarrier Mold Prevention Spray (non-toxic and low-odor.)

Endurance sent me a the Cleaner Prep and Biobarrier to try out. You may remember that I tried it after cleaning our dirty and moldy storm windows.

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I didn’t want to blog about the products until I had tried them for more than a few months. I’m happy to report that for four months, I didn’t need to clean our shower! Normally after three weeks the mold and mildew would have been happily growing in the corners of my shower.

Mold & Mildew Free Shower for 4 months | Pretty Handy Girl

On February 5th, 2015 I set about cleaning the shower with high hopes but big doubts.

Mold & Mildew Free Shower for 4 months | Pretty Handy Girl

As directed, I sprayed the Endurance BioBarrier Cleaner Prep in the shower. I let it sit for 15 minutes (1-5 minutes for normal cleaning. 15 minutes for tougher jobs.)

Mold & Mildew Free Shower for 4 months | Pretty Handy Girl

To clean off the mildew and mold, I used a scrub brush. Then rinsed all the surfaces with water.

Mold & Mildew Free Shower for 4 months | Pretty Handy Girl

After the shower is completely cleaned with the Cleaner Prep, spray the Endurance BioBarrier Anti-Mold protection spray to create a thin film on all surfaces.

Mold & Mildew Free Shower for 4 months | Pretty Handy Girl

Wipe up any puddled spray after a few minutes.

Mold & Mildew Free Shower for 4 months | Pretty Handy Girl

The shower was clean and devoid of any mold or mildew. Nothing miraculous yet. I can achieve the same results with bleach cleaner.

Mold & Mildew Free Shower for 4 months | Pretty Handy Girl

But, here’s where the similarities end. After four months (not three weeks) was the first time I began to see some mildew and mold regrowth.

Mold & Mildew Free Shower for 4 months | Pretty Handy Girl

I took the following photos on June 4th, almost four months to the day since cleaning the shower. You can see all the soap scum that had accumulated, but only a small amount of mildew had begun to form.

Mold & Mildew Free Shower for 4 months | Pretty Handy Girl

I was told by my contact at Endurance that typically the spray works 6 months or longer. But, given the small confined shower and no ventilation in that room, the mildew grew back earlier than typical results. Regardless, I’m thrilled with the results.

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You can use the Endurance BioBarrier Cleaner Prep product to clean up mold. Then use the Endurance Mold Prevention Spray for long lasting protection against mold, mildew, germs and musty odors. You can expect up to 6 months in high-traffic areas such as bathrooms, kitchens and locker rooms. Up to 2 years on exposed indoor or outdoor surfaces such as ceilings, walls, stucco, siding, roofing, gutters, concrete, bricks and more. And up to 25 years on enclosed surfaces such as attics, crawl spaces and stud cavities.

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Disclosure: Endurance BioBarrier sent me the Endurance BioBarrier and Cleaner Prep spray products to try at no cost. I was not paid to mention them or told what to say. As always, if I don’t like a product, you won’t see it featured on my blog. 

103 replies
  1. Colleen
    Colleen says:

    I think this was made for me, too. I have the same problem on the caulk in my downstairs shower. I’d love to try it out!

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  2. Lisa
    Lisa says:

    We moved into a rental while on the search for our forever home. The basement is damp and musty and moldy. Very scary. Would love to try a product that a regular person has tested.

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  3. Lori
    Lori says:

    Our master shower has no ventilation either! The constant mold cleaning is such a pain so I’d love to try this product!!

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  4. Alina
    Alina says:

    Most definitely use it in my master bathroom. No matter what we do, we always have difficulty with a little bit of mold on the tiles.

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  5. Sean
    Sean says:

    I’d love to use this in my basement. It’s dingy and scary and I’m thinkin’ this would make some of the mold in there disappear.

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  6. Pat McCormack
    Pat McCormack says:

    I would use it in my upstairs bathroom and on my siding by my side entry. I feel your pain when you reference the coffin shower!

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  7. kelsey_tish
    kelsey_tish says:

    definitely in our bathrooms… 2 boys = icky bathrooms, something like this would be a miracle product for us! because 2 boys also = not enough cleaning… sigh (that’s a whole other struggle!)

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  8. Kim Weigand
    Kim Weigand says:

    OH, I have tried EVERYTHING!! I can clean it with just about anything but within a week or 2, IT’S BACK!! I have a large shower with ventilation, but it doesn’t help. I also live in the woods and our exterior constantly needs to be pressure washed. Please let me try it!! Btw, I am new your blog and LOVE it!

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  9. Karen J
    Karen J says:

    I have the same problem in my downstairs bathroom. The caulk is stained and needs to be replaced. Tired of all the chemicals and scrubbing!

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  10. Lindsay D
    Lindsay D says:

    My master bathroom shower needs serious help. It grosses me out to clean it- anything that can prevent frequent cleaning deserves a shot for me!

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  11. Kimberly White
    Kimberly White says:

    OMG! OMG! You’re speaking my language. M. O. L. D. I have ZERO ventilation in my full bath. The one EVERYONE uses. Mold everywhere. I was just getting ready to cut out the caulking and re-caulk. I’d love to try this stuff! Please!

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  12. NancyP.
    NancyP. says:

    I have that same shower from the 70’s !!! It always needs all the help I can give it and this looks like the perfect solution. Thanks

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  13. Anglea
    Anglea says:

    I live in Florida!!! So you can imagine my battle with mold and mildew….not only the shower, but around my metal windows where moisture builds up, then it turns to mold. I, too, have tired bleach, simple green, etc. even vinegar. Nothing affects it…so maybe this product is what I need!

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  14. Nanci Moll
    Nanci Moll says:

    Yes please! My master bath shower!!!i have found that leaving the light in in the shower until it dries does help too!

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  15. Colleen Taylor
    Colleen Taylor says:

    Our master bathroom shower is also in need of a big re-do. That’s exactly where I would use this! I’m so happy to learn about this product. I’ve not heard of it before! I need this!

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  16. Virginia
    Virginia says:

    my master bath and my guest bath! Would be nice not to have to worry about guests and their first impression of the hall bath!

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  17. paige
    paige says:

    My master bath shower too. It’s 60 years old, but the re-tiled shower done by the previous owners is much more gross than yours. I’ve written if off, but maybe this could help!

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  18. Martha
    Martha says:

    We just finished remodeling our master bathroom and I’m afraid to use the shower because I don’t want to start the endless process of keeping the tile and shower door sparkling. These products would be perfect! Thanks, Brittany!

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  19. Alison Williams
    Alison Williams says:

    I. MUST. HAVE. THIS. We just bought a new house, built in the 70’s, and it too has a coffin shower! I would love to take a sledgehammer to it the first day we move in, but I’m pretty certain its going to be awhile! I don’t want to shower in someone else’s mold and germs!!! Pick me, pick me 🙂

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  20. Lyn
    Lyn says:

    I would use it on my refrigerator seals and at my mom’s house in her basement shower. It is just plain gross!

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  21. Julie K
    Julie K says:

    I would use it in our basement. Mold is a trigger for people with Lyme disease (which I have) and with this crazy rainy weather we’ve had, I don’t want to take any chances.

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  22. susie
    susie says:

    Our 115 yr old house has the original lathe and plaster which I’d like to save. The only bathroom in the house has had a moldy ceiling for all the 32 years we’ve been here. It always grows back, some years ago I just gave up, we live with the black patches.
    My husband retires in a few months and we were dreading tearing out the ceiling, I don’t want to replace it with drywall…..I love the old stuff! If this works half as good for us as it did for you, I’d be thrilled!
    And if I don’t win, I’m buying it anyhow.

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  23. Janet Wellington
    Janet Wellington says:

    I have just discovered you and your blog and signed up for emails…loving all the great info! Okay, I want into the giveaway–looks like a great product (thanks for the detailed description and photos!). I will use in my bathroom shower–living in the Pacific Northwest, there’s always moisture, and always that black mold creeping through… I am now a single woman after 23 years and am working on learning how to do EVERYTHING myself, which is exciting and fun, actually–so I’ll be referring to your blog a lot, I predict. Thanks again for all the great info!!

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  24. Anne Haun
    Anne Haun says:

    I would definitely use it in my disgusting shower which is always a mold problem area. I live in Texas and the humidity here just feeds the mold!

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  25. Cindy A.
    Cindy A. says:

    Please, please, please pick me as one of the winners! We have a horrible 1970s shower that has the exact same mildew problem. I even replaced the old caulking with a fancy “mildew resistant” brand and it didn’t help one bit. The only thing I have found that actually works is Kaboom with Bleach Mold & Mildew Stain Remover, but the smell is rough. I would love to give Endurance BioBarrier a try!

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  26. michelle f.
    michelle f. says:

    this would definitely be a big help in keeping the mold at bay in my master bath. my husband gets home late at nite and always showers before bed leaving all that moisture to develop into mold.

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  27. Barbara Brannon
    Barbara Brannon says:

    Three months ago, had to hire a professional mold remover company for mold in hall bathroom – after $4,000. I still have mold! Please pick me or where I can buy this stuff!
    Thanks!

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    • Endurance BioBarrier Team
      Endurance BioBarrier Team says:

      Hello Barbara! I’m sorry to hear that you had to spend $4,000 for professional remediation and that the mold is already back. Have you contacted the company that did the job? They may guarantee their work and redo it free of charge.

      Endurance BioBarrier is currently available online at Homedepot.com and Amazon.com. To save on shipping you may request that EBB be sent to your local Home Depot store!
      Feel free to reach out to us directly through our website with any questions.

      Best regards,
      Spencer C.

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    • Endurance BioBarrier Team
      Endurance BioBarrier Team says:

      We’d also like to add that before hiring a team of mold remediation professionals, find out if they follow IICRC S520 mold remediation standards. These standards are important to ensure the quality of their work and proper mold removal; however, that’s just half the job! If moisture is reintroduced to the affected area even after removal, mold will likely regrow as was the case for Barbara. Once the professionals have properly remediated the mold, ask them to apply Endurance BioBarrier so you know the mold won’t be able to return.

      Best,
      Spencer C.

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  28. Susan E Metcalf
    Susan E Metcalf says:

    I have allergies to mold and mildew really bad so I am using bleach all the time to kill the yucky in the bathroom. I would love having to do it less often and not smelling bleach all the time.

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  29. Patty
    Patty says:

    I have wasted so much money on cleaners for mold in my bathroom. The exhaust fan doesn’t work and I don’t have the funds to replace/get it fixed. I leave the bathroom door open but that doesn’t help very much. I’m going to google Endurance and check into buying it. Thanks for all you do for us out here!!

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  30. Priscilla
    Priscilla says:

    Hello! I’d love to try this stuff. I’m thinking of trying it even if I don’t win; so thank you for scouting out such awesome products! I’m in Texas; there’s SO. MUCH. MOLD! I have lived in 3 different rentals since I’ve been here. It’s so dry here I’m shocked how moldy things get! I grew up in Rhode Island by the sea, and never experienced the mold I do here! Anyway, thanks again for the chance!

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  31. Mary Stewart
    Mary Stewart says:

    We had to replace the AC unit in our attic and there was water damage inside the closet below it that resulted in mold growing on that ceiling. We tried several commercial products including bleach and the mold stain returns after a few weeks. I’d love to give this product a try!

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  32. Tracey
    Tracey says:

    Unfortunately I have the same exact problem in my bathroom. After a couple of weeks, I see the mold returning. No matter what we do, it doesn’t seem to get rid of it.

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  33. Patti
    Patti says:

    My master bathroom has a large shower dated to the ’50s that we haven’t had a chance to update yet. The mold is driving me crazy! This would be a great way to keep it clean!

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  34. Kathy
    Kathy says:

    This stuff sounds great! It would get much use in our basement – both the bath and the space where the water filter lives!

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  35. Jeannette
    Jeannette says:

    I just found your blog on the weekend and I love it!! After reading your review of this product, I am going out to buy find it and buy it this morning. I have 2 bathrooms, sliding glass doors, and a multitude of window sills to banish mold from. Once that is done, I may go into the crawl space under the stairs too… if I am still able to move that is!

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  36. CherylM.
    CherylM. says:

    I’d definitely use it in both bathrooms… it’s such a struggle to get two seventeen year olds to keep their bathroom clean!! May help if it stays nice for up to four months!

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  37. Meredith Rhodes
    Meredith Rhodes says:

    This definitely sounds like what we need to combat mold and soap scum in our shower! We have an equally (albeit, different decade) ugly shower that collects mold on every surface and in every nook and we are constantly battling to keep it clean. Now that I am expecting twins, it would be great not to have to get in there with smelly cleaners quite so often to keep the shower clean. What a brilliant product!!

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  38. Michelle
    Michelle says:

    Great post! Looks like a product I would love to try in a similar stall shower in our home. And the smell we get from using CLR or othe products. You can’t be in the room. Really hope to try this product some day. Again, thanks for posting your results. Good luck to all.

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  39. Heather C
    Heather C says:

    All these tiled shower stalls are destined for mildew, I would certainly tackle mine and show it who is boss, imagine “four months” relief, that would be heaven

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  40. Brianna Earle
    Brianna Earle says:

    I too have a tiny 70s bathroom in my newly purchased house and low and behold, I didn’t even think to look when we were at the showing, but the master bath doesn’t have a freaking fan!! Now that we’ve been here a while, I definitely notice a mildew smell and want to take care of it ASAP! If use this all over the bathroom!!

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  41. JT
    JT says:

    I have the same problem in my master bath shower but my room is ventilated and the glass shower is a little larger than the type in yours. My shower mildews under the door and around the edges. Nothing short of removing all the caulk once a year and replacing it has gotten rid of the mold and mildew. Bleach does nothing. I would love to try Endurance to see if I could prevent having to replace the caulking every year!!

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  42. mindy
    mindy says:

    I thought it was just me when all the other mold and mildew cleaning ideas did not work on my bathroom shower. The 7yr mold resistance caulk has stained even before a year was up. I would love to see if this will work to prevent this stains. Certain beats having to recaulk every year, and hopefully not ever having to regrout again.

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  43. Madeleine
    Madeleine says:

    I’d use the product in the bathroom and kitchen of my cottage in Long Island. We can NEVER get the mold and mildew out completely, and as you said, it’s a never-ending job cause it keeps coming back faster than the soap scum can accumulate.

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  44. nadine peacock
    nadine peacock says:

    We have the same issue with having a 1973 house. Why didn’t they add ventilation? My shower is 7 ft x 5 ft way too big for us and it is a pain to clean. I have tried everything including making my own toxic waste dump and still the mildew comes in. I clean every week as well. Would love to try a product that could get me out of that cleaning rut.

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  45. Jan (the Man) Nahorski
    Jan (the Man) Nahorski says:

    Use the small shower/bathroom in the basement of our 1957 Cape Cod type house which has become a bone of contention between my wife and myself. She thinks I should clean it more often-I clean it when I see mold starting- and that her shower upstairs is cleaner and blah, blah, blah. You get the idea. Well, I saw your story about what will be my miracle cleaner ace in the hole and I knew I have to have it. Imagine her surprise when I showcase my mold-free, cleaner then clean, man cave shower. She will be so happy I probably will offer to do her shower upstairs too. OK, she’ll order me to do it anyway but I’d do it happily. Would love to be considered to receive one of the gift sets of the Endurance products. Thanks.

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  46. Eileen
    Eileen says:

    I need this! We constantly battle black mold in the shower and in the bathroom cabinets and drawers. The rains have been heavy this year and now I have a spot of it on our bedroom ceiling. I hate the thought of sleeping in that environment. My efforts to scrub, bleach, spray have been useless. Within a day the stuff is growing back. The ceiling is the toughest to fight because I have to get up on a ladder. Hate, hate, hate black mold!!!

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  47. Colleen Davis
    Colleen Davis says:

    Definitely in my master bath! But mostly I’d like to try it on a couple of my windows that seem to perpetually grow black spots nono after how often I scrub or bleach them.

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  48. Beth Howard
    Beth Howard says:

    I had a dishwasher leak behind and under the cabinets and when I finally noticed it and had the dishwasher replaced, I found mold everywhere back there. I cleaned as best I could with bleach cleaners but every few weeks that mold smell wafts out when I open one of the cabinets and I have to get back under there again. I would love to try Endurance!

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  49. Pat C.
    Pat C. says:

    Thanks for this post. I heard about this from Lou Manfredini (HouseSmarts) on WGN TV recently, but could not recall the name of the product. I definitely need this for my bathroom tub caulk. This would make my like so much easier.

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  50. Ina Stringfellow
    Ina Stringfellow says:

    I have been fighting this same problem in all three of the showers in our house. Small white tile +white grout = a cleaning nightmare! We are also going to redo our bathrooms in the near future, but my definition of near and my husband’s are two different matters. Until then I would love to use a product that would make life easier. Thanks so much for the opportunity to try this product.

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  51. Michelle
    Michelle says:

    I would use it in my own old bathroom.. i have the same issue with quick molding no matter what I do. This would be interesting to try out and help make my life a tad less messy!

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  52. Jennifer
    Jennifer says:

    Wow. I will have to try this in my bathroom. It is extremely small. Even with keeping the door open all the time and letting the fan run for hours at a time it is disgusting. Even bleach hasn’t been able to rid the bathroom of the mildew.

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  53. Nou Vang
    Nou Vang says:

    Desperately need to try this in the small standup shower in the master bath. It can’t seem to stay clean!

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  54. Cathy Perry
    Cathy Perry says:

    I have twin 17yo sons who share a shower and are responsible for keeping it clean. They are not good at it. Periodically, I have to go in there and give it a good scrub down. I would love to try these products to see how they stand up against my Destructive Duo!

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  55. Kelly
    Kelly says:

    I would love to know what the smell was while you were using it. Was it the kind of smell you had to wear a mask for? Very impressive review.

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  56. megan
    megan says:

    This is exactly what we need for the mold problem we’re having! We’ve tried everything with no success! My mom would be so thrilled!

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  57. Jennifer
    Jennifer says:

    I would love to win and try this product. So in case I don’t win, can you tell us where we can buy this? I get mold on the siding of the house, along with my shower.

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    • Endurance BioBarrier Team
      Endurance BioBarrier Team says:

      Hi Jennifer!

      Endurance BioBarrier can be found online at Homedepot.com and Amazon.com. Shipping is free if you request for EBB to be sent to your local Home Depot store OR if you are an Amazon Prime member and place an order for $35+. Good luck in the giveaway!

      Best regards,
      Spencer C.

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      • Endurance BioBarrier Team
        Endurance BioBarrier Team says:

        Correction: Standard shipping is FREE for all Amazon purchases of $35 or more. Prime members receive free 2-day shipping on such orders.

        Also worth noting, orders of $45+ receive free shipping straight to your home on HomeDepot.com, so you don’t have to pick it up from the store!

        Best,
        Spencer C.

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  58. Maureen
    Maureen says:

    This product would sure help me out with my phone-booth size bathroom! I have very little ventilation and have tried numerous products but the mold keeps coming back.

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  59. Deann Cameron
    Deann Cameron says:

    I would use it in our showers (I have tiled ceilings in my showers too!) and on the windows in my kitchen, breakfast nook, dining room, family room and front room. The windows in our house are big but divided up into 9 smaller rectangular windows each about 1.5 x 2 feet. They don’t open and while they are double paned they are very old and sweat especially when I cook. With 9 separate window sills x 6 total window areas, that’s a lot of moldy window goo, 54 to be exact. One of these day they will get replaced, but until then I am up to eyebrows in wet Washington moldy window gunk.

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  60. Denia H
    Denia H says:

    I have a shower in our master bath that is in desperate need of an effective mold & mildew cleaner. Note I said “effective”. The seal where the glass frame meets the tile looks like something out of a horror movie. I have a closet full of product that haven’t helped, perhaps Endurance will.

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  61. Barb Conroy
    Barb Conroy says:

    I would love to try these products. I also have a nasty basement bathroom with no ventilation . I have tried so many different things all to no avail. Maybe there is hope with these products. Thank you

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  62. Beth
    Beth says:

    I have a shower with a similar problem. I’d love to have a longer lasting solution to the mold problem. Teenage daughter takes long, steamy showers; can you say science experiment?

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  63. Jackie F
    Jackie F says:

    If I were picked to try Edurance Bio Barrier Mold and Mildew Protection, I would try it in several areas that have been unrelenting to mold and mildew problems – for one, my old “Michigan” Basement. A “Michigan” basement is a partially “dug-out” basement. Not finished off, usually with dirt walls & floor sometimes partially “finished” with cement or cinder blocks and a cement floor. Usually very damp, & has a very unique odor of damp & dirt and sometimes a musty mildewey smell depending upon how damp it gets. This would be a try test of Edurance Bio Barrier Mold/Mildew Protection. I would also try it around the spindles of my covered porch where mildew grows and on the siding of my house and out buildings. I’ll put your protect to the test!!

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  64. jennifer womack
    jennifer womack says:

    my shower was installed without backerboard. of course, mildew is occurring, to put it mildly. i’ve tried product after product over the years. nothing really works except bleach. i’m allergic to both bleach and mildew. i’m sure you see the problem. until we can afford to rip it out and replace it… WE NEED BIG HELP!

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  65. Debbi
    Debbi says:

    With our “hard” well water, bleach really doesn’t help. I (honestly) use Works toilet bowl cleaner. It’s the only thing I’ve found that removes the hard water, soap scum, and mold. I hate using it because we have a septic field and I know it is not good, but what’s a girl to do!! I am certainly going to look into this product. Thank you for the information.

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  66. Stacey
    Stacey says:

    Our master bathroom has little ventilation, so every week I’m standing on my sons little stool in my shower stall scrubbing my wall and ceiling, I would love to forgo having to clean the mold off my walls every week. This product would be awesome to try!!

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  67. Christy
    Christy says:

    My master bath shower stall. Yuck, yuck, yuck. Yours looks pristine compared to what mine would look like after three weeks of no cleaning. It’s disgusting. So, this product intrigues me!!

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  68. Kori W
    Kori W says:

    I would love to give this a try in our master bath – I can’t stop the mold from coming back (just like yours its tiny and non-ventilated). At some point we hope to replace ours as well, but with a baby on the way we need a simpler solution for now (and the idea of not having to scrub the shower for my whole last trimester sounds fantastic!). Thanks for the chance!

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  69. Kim
    Kim says:

    Our master bath shower is much like yours except I have trouble getting it all off even with a full on bleach session. Would love to try this! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  70. Lori
    Lori says:

    I REALLY NEED this in our basement bathroom! My sons use this bathroom and obviously don’t clean it as often as they should, but even if they did we would still have a mold/mildew problem. There is no window or fan in the room and it is almost always warm in there. It looks and smells terrible within a week of cleaning. I would love to give this a try!! Thanks so much!

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  71. Kat
    Kat says:

    Mold in my shower comes back possibly even faster than three weeks (although I don’t often get in there with bleach, usually just scrubbing and whatever I have on hand). If this really works, it would save me so much trouble!

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  72. al
    al says:

    no ventilation, check
    mold and mildew, check
    sore knees from bi-weekly bleach scrub, check
    only thing missing is the gold tile…if fortune is on my side, look forward to testing it it out on the gray tiles

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