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How to get rid of household black mould build up the natural, non toxic and eco friendly way

How to get rid of household black mould build up the natural, non toxic and eco friendly way

Posted by Irini @ The Organic & Natural Paint Co. on 6th Feb 2015

How to get rid of household mould build up the natural eco friendly way, and safely remove black mould patches in your bedroom and bathroom. Mould is a serious problem for householders and can have important consequences on our health and buildings. It is therefore important to deal with the causes of mould in order to ensure its long term prevention and management. What is mould? Mould is caused by different types of microscopic fungi. These fungi are found everywhere and are an integral part of the ecosystem. In the home environment may colonise damp and poorly ventilated spaces, causing mould. They feed with organic matter and are reproduced by releasing spores. Mould creates ugly dark patches, which left untreated can damage the fabric of bu … read more
How to prevent house mould by using natural & eco friendly non toxic mould sprays

How to prevent house mould by using natural & eco friendly non toxic mould sprays

Posted by The Organic & Natural Paint Co. on 19th Feb 2014

It's that time of year when we're just not ventilating the house well enough, and with the constant cold and damp weather the house never seems to rid itself of condensation and moisture, leading to the evil of all evils, house mould. No matter what you do you'll always find places around the house where mould starts to appear, whether in your bathroom, around your shower ceiling - or at our house we recently had a small patch in the coldest room in our house and behind a bookcase. Bad mould.How to do you get rid of house mould using something safer like natural mould sprays? There are loads of products on the market, I've tried many of them over the years - and although many of them do a good job, you're spraying super toxic chemicals in areas of your house that you're living in … read more