How to get rid of mould in the bathroom and kitchen in 30 minutes: the most effective way
The bathroom and kitchen are usually the most humid and warm rooms in the house. These factors contribute to the formation of mould. The fungal spores can cause serious health problems, and even a small spot can quickly grow to create a harmful, infected environment.
Mould is commonly found between tiles and around sealant in the bathroom, on kitchen walls and on the ceiling. The Express publication told us how to clean the harmful fungus.
Social media users on the Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips page have published effective tips to help get rid of mould in the bathroom and kitchen. They shared a simple solution for removing mould from sealant. The most popular store-bought product was HG Mold Spray Remover. All you need to do is open the window, spray the affected surfaces, wait a while and rinse. The product will work in 30 minutes.
You can try no less effective folk life hacks. For example, white vinegar. Pour water and white vinegar into a spray bottle, stir thoroughly and spray onto the infected surfaces. It is very important to open a window during the treatment to ensure air circulation. Afterwards, be sure to wipe the fungal areas with a clean, damp cloth.
How baking soda can help
Add a little water to the baking soda to make a paste. Use it on all surfaces that show signs of mould. After rubbing thoroughly, sprinkle the stains with water and wipe them off with a sponge.
Life hack with tea tree oil
The disinfectant properties of tea tree oil make it a very effective tool against mould growth. The recipe is very simple: you just need to mix tea tree oil with water and spray the solution on the most infected areas. This solution will not only help to get rid of the existing mould, but also prevent the further growth of harmful fungal spores.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL talked about non-obvious signs that you have mould in your home.