Do you live in a humid region? Are you having problems with mold in your home?
Before you know how to remove mold, you need to find out where it comes from.
If the mold is caused by leaks and infiltration, it’s essential to repair it or the problem will return. If the cause of the mold is high humidity, it’s recommended to use a dehumidifier to control the environment and prevent mold from growing after cleaning.
In the most humid seasons, it’s normal for walls to develop mold stains. They can also occur more easily in poorly ventilated rooms.
Mold is nothing but a fungus that not only leaves a dark appearance and unpleasant odor, but can also cause respiratory problems such as allergic asthma and allergic rhinitis, fungal sinusitis and other respiratory allergies. S
o is your wall full of mold? After finding out where the problem comes from and what can cause it, we’ll show you a simple and very practical homemade mixture that you can use to get rid of this problem. After watching this video, you’ll be able to remove mold stains from any room.
In a spray bottle, mix 240 ml of white vinegar and 1 tablespoon of baking soda (be careful because the solution will bubble). Apply it to the wall, let it sit for 10 minutes, and then remove it with a dry cloth. Repeat the process as needed.
If the stain isn’t completely gone, you can use hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide is an excellent disinfectant and can help remove mold from walls. It doesn’t need to be diluted, just put the product in a spray bottle and apply it directly to the moldy wall. Let it sit for about 15 minutes. Scrub the area with a brush and wipe it off with a dry cloth.
Did you like the recipe? Try it out and let’s know how it went!
It’s also worth remembering that many times the humidity can be coming from the outside. That’s why it’s necessary to waterproof the exterior walls or floor slab to prevent water from entering your home.
Also, you should keep the windows open to ventilate the rooms and prevent the proliferation of fungus. There are also anti-mold paints that can be used on surfaces with mold growth.
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