Mould Cleaning

How to Remove Mould from Bathroom and Walls?

Mould can build inside of the bathroom, walls or ceiling. It can grow day by day and unhealthy for the house environment. Best practice to deal with mould is stop growing them and react before they sit for a longer time. Here are some mould cleaning tips for you. Basic cleaning tips can help you by removing mould easily.

Use Bleach to remove mould from the bathroom and walls:

Bleach is the strong cleaning agent so it kills a mould bacteria. You can easily get bleach from the market and it’s not expensive.

Use undiluted bleach or 20% diluted bleach for removing moulds from the bathroom. Use a spray bottle to cover the area with the solution. Wait for 10-15 minutes to react then wipe the area with the microfibre cloth. You can also use a soft sponge or toothbrush to scrub the area gently.

Repeat the process until you get desired result from the mould cleaning.

Wipe down the surface with the wet cloth and dry cloth. Open your door/ window to remove the bleach smell and dry the surface. Use a ventilation fan to dry the bathroom walls and tiles.

Important Tips: Use gloves and mask to protect your skin and body from skin irritation, inhaling the hazardous gas from the bleach.

Use minimal pressure while scrubbing the mouldy walls. If you put more pressure than it can damage the walls so be gentle with the bleach.

How to remove mould with the Vinegar?

White Vinegar is another best cleaning material which is easily available in the kitchen. White vinegar helps to remove dirt, mould from the wall and tile. It is also used in an oven and kitchen cleaning.

Sprinkle some vinegar on the top of the mould by using a spray bottle. You can also use 80%vinegar and 20% water solution. Soak the cloth in this mixture and wipe the mouldy wall or tile. Wait for 10-15 minutes so Vinegar can start reacting on mould. Rub the walls or tile with the wet cloth, soft scrubber so black mould dirt came out properly.

Use clean rugs to clean the surface. Sometimes, it requires multiple vinegar applications to remove the mould completely. White vinegar has strong odour so keep your window and doors open after cleaning.

How to remove mould from the bathroom by using bi-carbonated soda?

Bi carbonated soda is used for the light mould. Put half cup of bi carbonated soda and half cup of water into the bowl. Dissolve bi carbonated soda into water and make a smooth paste.

Apply this paste in the mould and wait for 5-10 minutes. Scrub the area with the toothbrush or scrubber. Wipe the area with the wet cloth. Light mould can easily be removed by this natural kitchen product. Repeat the process if necessary. Wipe down the surface with the dry clean cloth.

Use Mould Killer to remove bathroom mould

There are many mould killer sprays available in a supermarket. Most of the mould killers are made from bleach. Company uses bleach concentration along with other cleaning substitutes. Price can vary from $6 to $20.

Direct spray on the bathroom mould and leave for 15-20 minutes. Scrub the tile with cloth or toothbrush. Mould will be removed from the tile. Repeat the process if required and wipe down the surface with the dry cloth.

Generic Tips:
If the bleach or cleanser bottle has opened from a while then they become less effective.
Rub the wall surface with less pressure to secure the wall from the damage.
Mould can grow again so wipe the area with white vinegar and water solution every 2 weeks.
Open doors and windows to let sunlight come into the bathroom. Use the exhaust fan to dry bathroom tiles and walls after usage.
Arrange for the air ventilation while drying wet clothes inside of the house.

Mould Cleaning at End of Lease:

At the time of leaving the property, tenant always need to take care of the mould. Moulds are easily visible on the bathroom and walls, and they are unhealthy for the house environment. Mould cleaning takes much time to do it. Sometimes, it requires to clean multiple times so you need to put extra efforts and patience. We’re at Melbourne Vacate Cleaning, provide mould cleaning service for the rental property. Our professional end of lease cleaners put extra efforts to get rid of moulds from the walls, bathroom or ceiling. They don’t care about the time needed for the mould cleaning and provide cleaned property.

Tenants or real estate agent can book end of lease cleaning Melbourne service with mould cleaning. Mould cleaning requires better cleaning products and decent amount of hard work so charges can be varies from $50-200. We’re professional End of Lease Cleaners, and providing additional mould cleaning service to get your 100% bond back.

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