The Mold Removal solutions: Bleach, Borax, Vinegar, Ammonia
Prevent Mold Returning After Remediation
Next we use a mold killing solution to clean surfaces that had mold growth and even surfaces which were free of mold, because all of the surfaces in the room will have some amount of mold spores on them. These mold spores can grow into mold later if moisture accumulates in the room again so killing them will help prevent the mold coming back.
Cleaning Moldy Belongings and Materials
Non-porous materials (eg glass, metal, hard plastic) that once had mold on them can be used again after we have completely cleaned the visible mold from the surface. Because the materials are non-porous there will be no more mold below the surface so cleaning the surface mold will take care of the problem.
For porous materials (eg drywall, carpet, books) that have had mold growing on them you should decide whether they are salvageable on a case by case basis depending on how severe the mold growth is and how valuable the item is to you. If the item is not highly valuable to you and the mold growth is extensive so that the item is beyond repair then the best option is to dispose of it and replace it.
After we have removed the mold and disinfected the surfaces allow them to dry completely. Once everything is completely dry vacuum the room with a HEPA filtered vacuum cleaner to remove any residual spores and mold. To find out more about vacuum cleaners and mold please contact us directly.
Disposing of the Mold
After the clean up process we remove mold and moldy items, as well as the contents of the HEPA vacuum cleaner, from your home in completely sealed plastic bags.
WE make sure each room cleaned one at a time. We completely finishing the mold removal process before moving onto any other rooms with mold growth and re-sealing and repeating the process.