How to get the most out of your mold-cleaning machine
What to know about mold cleaning: How to clean mold, mold spores, and more.
Mold is a microscopic form of fungi that can cause illness in humans.
Mold can grow anywhere, but most common forms are found in damp places, such as cracks and crevices in walls and ceilings.
It can also be found in the air, where it can grow on surfaces or in people.
Molds can survive for weeks or months if left unchecked.
Molds can grow in any climate, but in warmer, drier climates, they’re more common.
Mold can grow outside, as well, and can be found indoors, in cracks and cracks and other places that can harbor mold spores.
Mould spores can cause severe illness if inhaled.MOLD CLEANING TECHNIQUE: Learn how to get rid of mold spores from your home or business.
What to do if you think mold is growing on your walls: Don’t open your windows or doors, especially if the air is damp or mold is in the walls.
If you do open windows or doorways, make sure you close them properly.
Maintain a damp, clean place where you can keep a closed container and a closed bag of soap and water.
MOLD IS BOUND BY MANAGEMENT: Make sure you follow the mold-control procedures outlined in the mold prevention guidelines from the National Center for Home Health Care.
For more information, call the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at 1-800-CDC-INFO (1-800