Mold loves to live and grow in damp, humid conditions, so it should come as no surprise that this fungi is fond of bathrooms. Most bathrooms are usually small with low air circulation, high humidity, and areas that stay damp. All of these criteria are compatible with mold growing conditions.
Finding the mold should be the first step. Mold usually grows in areas that are damp and humid. Check in places near the kitchen, walls, and bathrooms. Hidden areas are difficult to spot mold on so you should also check under carpets, middleburg fl corners, and beneath cabinets and shelves.
If Molds are grown on shower, then you can spray any Mold -removing product and wipe it out after sometime. In case of it, sprays are not enough and you need to take some other steps.
You can use different types of removers that are available in the market. Some home remedies can also be tried for the removal of toxic Molds. If you will buy commercial products, they would most probably be expensive, so it is always better to save money as well as minimize the risk by trying home remedies.
Wear protective eye goggles: Goggles to protect the eyes are available at the local hardware or building supply store. Mold spores are hazardous and all of one’s body should be covered.
Start by putting your eye protection on and then wet the ceiling. Removing popcorn ceiling textures requires that you completely saturate the section to be removed. Use the garden hose or the spray bottle, whichever you are more comfortable with. When the area is drenched, you may begin the scraping process. Some just allow the materials to fall on the drop cloth. It is better to place them in a plastic bag or bucket, but the choice is up to you. Once you finish removing texture ceiling from an area, wipe it down with a damp sponge or rag and move on to the next area. Complete this until the entire project is done.
It will take away all of your stress and your concern for safety. Moving your family to another location for a short while should ease this concern as well. Removing it from your home will not be cheap, but can you put a price on your family’s safety?