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A Brief Guide to MOLD REMOVAL AND REMEDIATION

METHODS OF MOLD REMOVAL AND MOLD REMEDIATION

  1. CHLORINE BLEACH
    Using chlorine bleach as a method in mold removal and mold remediation will kill every living organism. It is a biocide which makes it non-recommendable because it is a very strong solution that kills mold but it also damaging to mold remediators’ health. Moreover, chlorine bleach does not kill molds thoroughly because mold has roots that are deep-seated making it harder to eradicate the molds thoroughly.

  2. BORATES
    Borates are commonly used in eradicating molds. However, the use of borates is not a guarantee of removing the harmful effects of molds. Yes, borates kill molds and leave residuals that will inhibit mold re-growth but it does not remove molds. Dead molds have the same effect with live molds, thus, is also harmful to one’s health.

  3. WET VACUUM
    Wet vacuums are made to pull together water. Wet vacuums are used in removing water from carpets and floors. The mold remediator shall not forget to cleanse the tubes of the vacuums to remove the mold spores to prevent further spread.

  4. DAMP WIPE
    Damp wipe is by scrubbing surfaces that are covered with molds with water or water with detergent.

  5. HEPA VACUUM
    HEPA [High-Efficiency Particulate Air] vacuum are great for final touches. In this way, dust will be cleaned up thoroughly on the settled surfaces outside the remediation area.

  6. DISCARD
    All the materials that are already destroyed of contaminated with molds shall be sealed in a container or a plastic bag before disposal to prevent further spread of air contamination due to mold spores.

 

 

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