A new type of roof sealer might save homes in the South Koreas and parts of Vietnam, researchers say.
Researchers found that the product, called camper-roof sealant (CRS), helps prevent the buildup of mold and fungi in roofs.
The product is already widely used in South Korea and Vietnam, where it’s used to help protect against the spread of rot, mold, and mildew, among other problems.
The research was conducted by researchers at the University of Texas at Austin and Duke University.
The researchers tested CRS against 16 common household items and found that it helped protect against more than 95 percent of the common mold, fungus, and insect-borne pathogens.
The results could have a major impact on the lives of South Koreans and Vietnamans who live in the Koreas.
The South Korean government has been trying to get the U.S. and South Korea to collaborate on a new crop of soil-granting crops, including planting CRS.
But while the crop is promising for agriculture, it’s also facing pressure from the growing concern that the crop could cause damage to crops and livestock.