How to Hold the MoldPosted by at March 11, 2012 in Uncategorized
You can use a store- bought mold and mildew product (such as Tilex Mold & Mildew Remover, Clorox Clean-Up Cleaner with Bleach, Moldzyme, or Lysol Mildew Remover with Bleach) or try the following simple cleaner-upper. Prepare 1 cup bleach, 1 gallon water, Measuring cup, Spray bottle or bucket, Sponge, rubber gloves, and Mask.
Mix the bleach and water in a spray bottle. Please remember to ventilate the room and wear gloves and a mask. Then Spray ceiling and walls or wipe them with mixture, Leave it on for ten to fi fteen minutes, Wipe with warm water and a sponge, Let dry thoroughly. Throw away the sponge so you don’t spread the love.
Repeat if necessary after several tries the mold holds, call in the pros pronto. Repair Leaky Pipes Or Toilets Tout De Suite (that’s French for right away!).You don’t want moisture accumulating unless you want M & M as houseguests. You can find easy home repairs for your leaky sink or toilet beginning on page 2.
Paint! As Oscar Wilde implied when he said, “Either the wallpaper goes or I do” you should forget the wallpaper and paint your bathroom so you don’t have to worry about our M & M buds growing betwixt the paper and the wall. For more helpful hints on this see “Giving M & M the Brush Off” on page 12.
Products like DampRid are terrific since they absorb, dissolve, and last up to forty-five days (www.damprid.com). Hang mold-and- mildew-resistant shower curtains. Be sure that they’re also machine washable.Forget carpeting and replace with flooring. For more on this go to “Homeschooling: The Bare Facts on Bathroom Flooring” on page 16.