Friday, 4 November 2016

How to Create a Mold-Free Bathroom

For many people, their homes are the type that seem perfectly fine, but the bane of many people’s existence is mold. Mold can make your faux brick panels look awful, and they can heavily damage the place in ways you wouldn’t want it to be damaged.  Now, there are ways to prevent this, and there are surefire ways to get rid of mold so you can put everything from faux brick panels to even new bathroom hardware into a place, and you’ll be able to use this without any problems later on.



The first, is to get the drainage figured out.  For many people, this happened when they step into a shower or bath and there is stagnant water.  You need to make sure that your drain is doing the right thing, but before you put the blame there, check was well to see if water is also pooling anywhere else, which might mean that it’s not slanted.  You’ll also want to make sure that there aren’t any hair or other objects inside the drain too, because it’ll clog it.  If all else fails, you can try a square drain to help with that.



Then there is installing a fan.  Now you can hide this with some faux brick panels, but you’ll want this to help prevent the mold from growing.  Fans also get rid of the extra moisture, and not only that, it can stagnate growth immediately.  These are great if you don’t know where to fully put the blame, and how you can use this to help benefit your home.

Then there is the protection of walls from water.  If that is the case, you need to make sure that you do waterproof your walls, because it’s definitely a problem when mold shows up.  The water will absorb, and its part of how you will get mold on the bathroom. Make sure that you have the right primer on there, and you ensure that it’s with the right number of coats.  Doing this at the start is definitely helpful in making a place water-resistant. 



Finally, get rid of the mold the second you see it. This is important, because the faster you take care of it, the more likely it is to go away. You can typically get some mold cleaner at your average home improvement store, or even the grocery store, or if you’re strapped for cash, mix in some bleach with water, spray it, and then wipe away with cleaner.  Handling this now can help you immensely later on when things go sour.




When it comes to cleaning up your bathroom, mold can be the bane of your existence. However, by trying out these various parts of it, you’ll be able to tackle mold fast, and without too much of an issue, allowing you to have a prettier, easier bathroom to take care of.  

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