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bathroom mold removal tips for success




Bathroom mold removal is among the least desirable chores in the house.

After all, when faced with the ominous-looking black mold between tiles on caulk, who hasn't been just a bit tempted to cut and run?!

If that could solve the mold growth, I'd cut and run with you. Alas, once we returned we'd likely find this living menace to clean society had taken over the bathroom.

So instead of heading for the door, let's just deal with these nasty interlopers now and send them packing - stat - so we can stay put.





  1   Start by Opening the Bathroom Window

Start to remove mold by opening the window if you have one to give mold spores an easy exit.

If you don't, grab a fan and position it so that it blows clean air from other rooms inside.

You'll be using bleach for thorough bathroom mold removal, and you'll want to keep the fumes in this small room to a minimum.

  2   Mix a  Mold Cleaner

Put on your reusable waterproof cleaning gloves then mix a mold removal solution of 1 cup bleach and 1 gallon water in a cleaning bucket, like this $15 model from OXO.

Swirl it around gently with your gloved hand, making sure none of the solution splashes out onto nearby surfaces.

While bleach is essential to remove mold and mold spores, it can also remove color from carpeting and bath mats - a rather undesirable side effect.

So be sure items in your bathroom that could be stained are removed or covered before you begin to remove mold.

If you have carpeting outside your bathroom, plan your post mold clean up so that there's no chance of dripping the cleaning solution on your way out.

  3   Fill a Second Bucket with Clean Water for Rinsing

This second bucket will hold the water you use to rinse away the mold cleaning solution.

  4   Apply the Bathroom Mold Removal Solution

Using a bathroom scrub sponge or rag, apply the mold removal mix to walls, tile or grout - wherever mold has grabbed a toehold.

  5   Let the Solution Do Its Work for 15 Minutes

Let the solution to sit on surfaces with mold or mildew for at least 15 minutes to fully remove mold.

  6   Rinse the Treated Surfaces

Rinse the bleach solution entirely from the tile or grout surface, using the second bucket of clean water.

  7   Thoroughly Dry the Cleaned Surfaces

Dry the cleaned areas in your bathroom completely. You can use old rags, paper towels, or a fan.

  8   Still Smell Mildew? Repeat the Above Steps to Remove Mold

Repeat the surface cleaning routine above if you can still see or smell mildew after cleaning.

  9   How to Prevent Future Mold Growth

Once the mold spores have been removed, consider using mold growth inhibiting solutions, such as vinegar, to regularly clean bathroom surfaces, especially walls and bathroom tiles.

Keep bathroom humidity below 55 percent if you can. Don't become numbers-bound here; merely turning on the bathroom fan for 15 minutes after your shower or bath will significantly lower the bathroom humidity.

Mildew-resistant paint or mold-killing paint primer, can also be applied to keep mold and mildew out for good.





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