Don’t consider mold as a minor problem, it can have severe health implications. Mold can be an issue if not dealt with promptly. Follow the steps in the blog to make sure your home is mold-free.
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Mold is a silent killer and is one of the most common household problems. Most people ignore it till it gets out of hand. If you want to avoid the health implications of mold you need to be proactive.
They grow on every substance that is organic or that has absorbed moisture. When mold appears indoors, it indicates that air circulation is poor. Mold spores (or seeds) are invisible to the naked eye. Molds reproduce by growing short, hair-like filaments called hyphae. As the hyphae grow they produce spores, which are the reproductive phase of mold.
No matter how clean and tidy you are, if you don’t address the moisture source, the mold can come back. In this blog, we discuss how vinegar and peroxide can be used for killing mold.
Is it OK to mix hydrogen peroxide and vinegar?
No. Mixing hydrogen peroxide and vinegar will cause a chemical reaction and create peracetic acid or corrosive acid. This chemical irritates the throat, nose, and lungs, and may harm the eyes, and skin.
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Cleaning mold with Vinegar and Hydrogen Peroxide
Mold can be cleaned using vinegar and hydrogen peroxide here are some simple tips on how to do it.
Cleaning Mold with Vinegar
The best way to remove mold is to use vinegar. Here are the steps to removing mold with vinegar.
First, make sure the area is well-ventilated to prevent inhaling any mold spores.
Then, mix one-part vinegar to three parts water in a spray bottle.
Using a toothbrush, scrub the moldy areas with vinegar.
Using a towel, dab up the area that you just cleaned with vinegar to absorb it.
Repeat the scrubbing and dabbing process until the mold is gone.
Check out the instructions for cleaning mold with vinegar on Healthline
Cleaning Mold with Hydrogen Peroxide
Add 3-percent of hydrogen peroxide into a spray bottle.
It should be sprayed on the moldy area until it is completely covered and then left for 10 minutes.
Use a scrubbing brush to scrub the area with a normal amount of force without damaging it.
Dabbing it with a towel will make it dry faster.
Will Vinegar and Hydrogen Peroxide Kill Mold
Yes, vinegar and peroxide will kill mold. These are just two of several household ingredients that can help to get rid of mold.
It is said to be effective in eliminating mold only if the mold has not contaminated the wood. To effectively eliminate mold, you need to clean the surface with soap and water, then use a solution of 50% water and 50% vinegar to clean the surface.
The hydrogen peroxide levels out the pH levels of the wood. The mold will begin to lose the source of its growth, thus dying off. Repeat this process until all traces of mold are gone.