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MiST - Professional Treatment for the Micro-organisms Living Inside Your Car
MiST Treatment
Kills Mold in your car’s A/C and Heating Duct System. It takes only approx. 20 minutes to penetrate the duct system and start the process of killing mold spores.

Preventative Maintenance
Regularly treating the ventilation system with a disinfectant or cleaning solution is the most economical and effective remedy. For extreme situations, remove the evaporator unit and physically clean it and the heater-a/c housing.

There are a number of treatments on the market using various solutions and delivery methods. The newest and most effective product available to the automotive market is the MiST™ In-Car Air Quality Service.


MiST™ is specially designed to treat & prevent living micro-organisms
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MiST™ utilizes atomized micro-droplets (1/10 the size of aerosol droplets) of a specially formulated solution. These droplets are drawn into an automobile's vents, penetrating and traveling to where the micro-organisms are living.

MiST™ treats the entire ventilation system, including the evaporator, heater core, air ducts and passenger compartment surfaces.

The MiST™ service is very economical and only takes 15 minutes to perform. For optimum results and to keep microorganism growth at bay, the service should be completed every 6 months.


Studies are showing that the air inside your vehicle can be worse than that of your home or workplace
Harmful allergens are living and thriving inside the ventilation system and passenger cabin of almost every vehicle on the road. You may be endangering your health without even knowing it.

Every time you turn on the fan, harmful spores and other microorganisms are blown into the passenger compartment and into the air you and your passengers are breathing.

Every day harmful airborne particles including vehicle exhaust, fine road dust, pollutants and greenhouse gases are drawn in through your car's fresh air vent.

For more details, see misthealthyair.org