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4 Ways To Kill Mold In Your Home Naturally

Posted on 11 February, 2015 at 20:25

Mold is a pesky and sometimes dangerous thing to have in your house. These tricks can help you get rid of mold in your house.

 

Molds are various types of fungi that grow in filaments and reproduce by forming spores. Mildew is sometimes referred to as mold, especially mold in a house with a white or grayish color or mold that grows in shower stalls and bathrooms. Mold can grow indoors and outdoors and thrives in damp, warm, and humid environments.

 

Mold reproduces by forming tiny spores that aren’t visible to the naked eye. The spores can survive under any conditions where mold can grow, like dry and harsh environments. The spores can travel through outdoor and indoor air. When the mold spores land on a surface where moisture is there, mold starts to grow. So, don’t let mold sit in your house and let it affects your family’s health. Use these ways to extract mold from your house.

 

1. Tea tree

 

Tea tree oil works very well in killing mold. Use 4 teaspoons of tea tree oil and 4 cups of water in a spray bottle. Shake the bottle to mix up the ingredients and then spray on the moldy areas.

 

2. Grapefruit seed

 

Using grapefruit seed extract is odorless and it kills mold. Use 40 drops of grapefruit seed extract and 4 cups of water. Combine the ingredients in a spray bottle and shake to blend. Spray the moldy areas and this mixture will kill the mold in your house.


3. White Vinegar

 

Vinegar can kill 82 percent of mold. Put the vinegar into a spray bottle and spray the moldy areas then let the vinegar sit on the mold.

 

4. Baking soda

 

Baking soda is safe to use in killing mold, it also deodorizes so it will get rid of the smell of mold that can reside in your home.


 

Sources:

 www.blackmold.awardspace.com/kill-remove-mold.html

 www.healthextremist.com/how-to-get-rid-of-mold-naturally/

 www.medicinenet.com/mold_exposure/article.htm