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How to Remove Mould and Mildew

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This is a guide on how to remove mould and mildew. Mould and mildew is very common in damp areas that become warm. The two most common places for this to occur are in the kitchen and in the bathroom.


Method One - Warm Water and Bleach

Make a mixture of bleach and water (1:20), using a brush, dip it into the solution you have made and start to penetrate the mould and/or mildew. Make sure that you use an old towel to keep the surface clean and dry, as a damp surface promotes mould and mildew re-growth.

This method is particularly effective in bathrooms, kitchens and any other tiled or non-porous surfaces. Bleach is super-effective at killing mould spores, its high levels of sodium hypochlorite is one of the main ingredient in many mould removal products.

Method Two - Vinegar

Pour some undiluted white vinegar into a spray bottle. Spray the surface to be treated with the vinegar and scrub and wash the area with a brush. Make sure the area is dry after you have finished scrubbing.

Do not use this method on wood or any other surface that is porous. This method is for use on tiles and other non-porous surfaces.

Vinegar is a natural cleaner, it does not give off any strong fumes like bleach and is completely non-toxic.

Method Three - Your Choice Mould and Mildew Removal Spray

Your Choice Mould and Mildew Removal Spray has been specially formulated to tackle the mould from the source. It attacks the mould spores and helps prevent them from coming back. Leaves the surface clean and safely sanitised.

Buy Your Choice Mould and Mildew Removal Spray

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