Mold Removal / Cleaning

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Mold removal / cleaning can sometimes be confused with mold remediation, which is usually a completely separate procedure that must be undertaken in tandem with any other service or product. The main difference between the two is that mould removal can be performed by most homeowners themselves if they feel that their home may be filled with dangerous mould spores, whereas mold remediation requires a professional to perform it. Remediation involves removing all infected material from the affected building and sealing off the areas to prevent future infestations. In order to perform the mould removal / cleaning process on your own, you will need to have the following items at hand: disposable gloves, mask, basin and bucket, cleaning fluid, gloves, masking tape, scraper and alcohol.

How to Effectively Remove Black Mold From a Property

There are a few ways in which to deal with moulds once they have already formed on the surface of the walls or ceilings of your house. If you are intent on going outside then you should be prepared to deal with any potential black mold spores that may fly through the air as the wind blows. The most effective way to eradicate mold for good is to keep the dampness out of your house as much as possible, as this will help prevent the mould from ever forming. In the event that an infestation does appear inside your property there are a number of options available. One of the simplest methods is to simply paint every wall in the affected room a white to get rid of any traces of the mould, but this method is also unattractive and messy.

In the event that you choose to use household products to deal with the problem then be sure to wear protective gloves and mask at all times. These products will kill the black mould whilst still being safe on other surfaces. You will also need to make use of a scraper to scrape away any damaged sections of the wall. Always work from the outside towards the centre of the room as this will ensure that any mold spores escape out into the air and not stay in the wall itself. Once the damaged area has been completely removed then you can begin the mould removal / cleaning process.