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How To Remove Mould and Mildew

Posted on 9th Apr 2012 @ 12:15 AM


with “KleanMOULD” Mould and Mildew Remover

 Use on:

  • Painted surface
  • Wall paper
  • Bathroom
  • Ceallings
  • Eaves
  • Fances
  • Grout



Dampen surface to be cleaned with KleanMOULD.

How? Check the video

  • Do not rub and scrub dry surface as you will spread mould pollens into the air.

  • Agitate  only if is required, only after the product has been applied to the area with mould.


When removing moulds, remember that your safety should come first Always use:

  • a respirator or mask to act as an air filter and prevent mould spores from getting into your lungs.

  • eye protectors

  • rubber gloves.

  • dispose safety equipment, immediately after use.


It is important to note that you should never mix ammonia with bleach because they may give off fumes that can be toxic and harmful to your body.


Precaution Informations

Mould is a fungus that floats in the atmosphere much like pollen. They are usually found in moist and humid areas like the floors of your bathroom and outdoor patios or gardens.

Moulds are known to cause various allergies. Exposure to mould can lead to illnesses such as colds, respiratory problems, nasal issues, and sinus congestions. It can also cause sore throats and skin problems.

You would know that your house has mould if you smell a musty odour and see a mass of green or black on the walls or ceiling. There are also some instances that moulds can even penetrate the kitchen of your homes. When this happens, be alarmed. Since the kitchen is one place where you prepare your foods, it can be quite dangerous to cook foods in an environment with mould.

To detect mould in your house you can try reliable sampling. This may be quite expensive since this procedure can require special equipment and need careful training of staff.