Removing Mold from your Home

If you smell musty odors in your home, you may have mold. Mold grows in any area that is damp and dark. Mold presents a serious risk to your families health, especially black mold. Before attacking the mold make sure you put on gloves, use a respirator, and wear protective eye ware. When you remove mold you become more susceptible to the tiny mold particles that will be released into the air. To remove mold from appliances or sealed walls and floors, wash with a mixture of warm water and bleach. Scrub thoroughly and let the bleach work for at least 15-20 minutes before washing off with clean water. If you have mold in your drywall, you must remove all affected sections. To remove the drywall use a drywall knife and cut away the section from mid-point on the studs on each side of the mold. This way you can attach the new sheet directly to the studs.
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