Ammonia is toxic, and only works on non-porous surfaces. And although we advise against using ammonia for mold removal, we will show you how.
Bathroom exhaust fans don’t require cleaning as often as the shower or toilet, but it does need a clean once every 3 to 6 months. Here, we show you how.
Many, including agencies such as the EPA, warns against using bleach for mold removal purposes.. but does it work? We’ll uncover the answer to this, and the differences between chlorinated and oxygen bleach – and which works better.
Borax is a multi-purpose cleaner that works well as a general cleaning purposes, a laundry detergent booster, a deodorizer, and for mold removal. We will find out what it is, whether or not it’s toxic, the pros and cons of using it, and how to kill mold with it.
Grapefruit seed extract is one of the safest and most natural mold killers you will ever find. Here we reveal what it is, what the advantages and disadvantages are of using it in combating mold, and also how to use it.
Mold bomb foggers do work – beautifully, in fact. Here we will discuss what they are, how they work, and, more importantly, how to use them correctly and safely. We will also review some of the best mold bomb fogger products too.
Find out how soil affects your basement, how to use one of these devices, and how to prevent or at least minimize moisture in your soil. We will also review some of the best moisture meters you can buy.
Tea tree oil is one of the most natural and effective ways of killing mold. Find out more about what it is, what its pros and cons are, and how to remove mold with it.
Hydrogen peroxide is a safe, natural disinfectant that easily removes mold on porous and non-porous surfaces. Here we will find out what it is, what the pros and cons are, and how to remove mold with hydrogen peroxide.
Jute rugs are beautiful and stylish, but they can be hard to clean. Here we will show you how to remove odors and stains, as well as how to deal with liquid spills.