In many homes, mold can be a problem and it can be hard to remove. There are several different types of mould; some may not even cause any harm at all. However, if you have black or green mould in your home, this could indicate that the spores in the air will make you sick over time. In this blog post we will discuss 6 easy steps to remove mould from your home once and for all! These six steps are simple and easy to follow, but they can make a huge difference in removing mould from your home!
Remove any wet or damp items that may be causing the mould. Run your AC units to help dry out carpets, rugs and other fabrics in your home. You should also open all windows during this process.
Pour mixture into a spray bottle for easy use
Spray onto affected areas and let sit for several minutes before scrubbing away with baking soda
Use an old toothbrush if necessary. This will ensure not only surface stains but also deep down dirt are removed.
Mold can be removed from hard surfaces by using a bleach-based household cleaner. Ensure you let the solution sit for several minutes before rinsing.
Allow the cleaner to sit for several minutes on the area to be cleaned before using a scrubbing brush to remove any build up
If you can't reach the affected area, use a spray bottle and spray the area to be cleaned. Let it sit for several minutes before using a scrubbing brush to remove any build up.
To remove the remaining mould stains, use vinegar and water. This will ensure you remove not only surface stains but also deep down dirt Use an old toothbrush if necessary!
For best results, do this on a clear day so your home can dry out quickly.
You may need to consider this if you have small children or pets. They may ingest bleach and harm their respiratory system, especially if they are small!
Avoid using harsh chemicals if you have young children or pets in your home. They may ingest bleach and harm their respiratory system, especially if they are small! Ensure all windows are open during this step.
Remove odours from your home with an air purifier. This will cut down on the chances of you developing respiratory issues such as asthma or a chronic cough.
This will prevent the growth of mould spores and mildew as it will help reduce humidity in your home.
Every day, open the windows for at least one hour to help reduce the humidity in your home. This will prevent the growth of mould spores and mildew.
Getting rid of mould is a difficult task, but with these easy steps you can ensure you eliminate the problem!
Mould is a common problem that can be difficult to remove, but with these easy steps you can ensure you eliminate the problem for good. We hope this blog post was helpful and don't forget to share our site so more people know how they can easily deal with mould in their home.