As a homeowner, several household products are the first solution you come up with when doing mold removal inside your property. While products such as vinegar, bleach, and baking soda can be used to remove early signs of mold growth, these products do not eliminate the root of the mold problem.
What you need to use in mold removal from your home is to use an effective antimicrobial. Using an effective antimicrobial requires wearing protective gear such as rubber gloves, a suit, and a mask.
The first step in cleaning the mold is to spray the affected area (e.g., drywalls) with antimicrobial. Let it rest for about 40-60 seconds.
After that, wipe the molded area with a clean rag. This should eliminate at least 75% mold from the vicinity. Repeat this step a few more times until the mold-infested area is spotless.
It is necessary that you temporarily seal the part of the house, stopping the mold reach into a different part of your house.
Light materials that have been infested by mold should also be disposed of. Use an air scrubber to eliminate the mold that could scatter and spread.
You can perform your own mold remediation if you feel like you can handle a small area of mold. However, it is recommended that you hire a professional mold removal service to do the cleaning for you.