Tips Of How To Remove The Bathroom Mold

February 26,2022

Don't scrape with your hands or scrub it with a dry brush if you find mold in your bathroom. Some tips can help you eliminate the mold properly.

1. Vinegar

Mild white vinegar has a powerful bactericidal ability and can kill 82% of mold species. Pour it on the mold spot, don't mix with the water to dilute the concentration of vinegar. Or you can put vinegar in a spray bottle and spray on the affected place, leave it on for at least an hour. Then use hot water and a towel, wipe it, and dry the area. Be careful, get the complete protection equipment before your cleaning, make sure you wear goggles, a face mask that covers your nose and mouth, and rubber gloves.

2. Baking soda and bleach

First, mix one teaspoon of liquid soap with 1 cup of baking soda. Add a few drops of essential oil. Next, add enough hot water to make a paste of bleach. Then, mix 1 part bleach with two parts water in a bowl. Place the mixture in a sprayer. Spray on infected areas in the bathroom. Let it sit to dry. When dry, respray and brush. Finally, rinse the walls.

3. Preventative measures

Nip in the bud, the best way to prevent the bathroom from mold and bacteria is to take precautions. You regularly defect your bathroom by using bactericidal spray or vinegar to kill the mold spores. Remember to scrubber the moisture after a shower, including glass, mirror, windows, wall, or any mold-prone surface to grow. Don't forget to dry the wet rug. Be careful, and damp rugs are tough to dry entirely because of their material. Turn on your ventilation fan and open the window if the weather is good to increase the airflow. In addition, you can purchase a dehumidifier and run it when the humidity in a high level. An excellent dehumidifier can dry the air, remove the musty smell, make the air fresher, help trap dust in the air while maintaining good airflow, prevent bacterial growth, and sanitize molds without using chemicals.

4. Hire a professional cleaning group

Hire a professional cleaning team to inspect thoroughly and clean up your home to prevent mold growth.