How to Do Black Mold Removal


Black mold is a type of toxic mold which can form when areas are exposed to moisture for too long. Black mold is commonly found in basements and other damp areas. Black mold removal is important because of the fact that toxic mold may be detrimental to your health and quality of living. You can hire professionals to do your black mold removal or you can perform your black mold removal by yourself by following these simple steps.

  • Make sure that you are dealing with black mold. Black mold removal is a much more careful process than the removal of ordinary non toxic molds, so before you undergo the careful process of black mold removal you will want to be certain that you are truly dealing with black mold. Consult pictures of black mold online before you get any closer to the black mold.

  • Conduct black mold testing. Before you go about your black mold removal you will want to do some sort of black mold testing. There are easy to use black mold testing kits that you can use to learn more about your black mold before you start your black mold removal.

  • Eliminate the cause of the moisture that allowed your black mold to grow in the first place. It is important to do this along with your black mold removal or your black mold will only grow back, and it may do so quickly. If you are dealing with black mold removal in a bathroom or another place which is damp by nature, you might want to consider investing in a better ventilation system which will help to keep down the amount of moisture in the air.

  • Put on a face mask and protective rubber gloves before you start the black mold removal. You do not want to have skin to skin contact while you do your black mold removal and you do not want to inhale any mold spores while you do your mold removal.

  • Use water and soap to dislodge the black mold, and then complete the black mold removal with the use of a strong disinfectant.

Related Searches

Promoted By Zergnet


You May Also Like

Related Searches

Check It Out

22 DIY Ways to Update Your Home on a Small Budget

Is DIY in your DNA? Become part of our maker community.
Submit Your Work!