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post #21 of Old 08-31-2010, 11:09 AM
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I hear about product called K-14. Very strong and effective product against mold. Did someone use it?
I haven't used it. I consider it toxic.

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post #22 of Old 08-31-2010, 11:19 AM
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Everything that cleans perfect is toxic.
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Ha-ha I definitely agree with you.
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Everything that cleans perfect is toxic.
That's not true. I can disprove this.

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I'm waiting. Tell me non-toxic cleaner that cleans better that all the toxic.
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I use bleach too ,but the mod comes back month later. I started to open the window after taking shower looks like this works for the moment. Any suggestions how to fight with mod in the winter, because I am not going to leave the bathroom window open.
Yes if the ventilation is not good It appears very quick again.
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Here's a new green cleaning recipe. Tea tree oil (an essential oil found in most health food stores), grapefruit seed extract and vinegar. I was very surprised to understand that grapefruit seeds can help you to get rid of the mold in the bathroom.
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... and if it doesn't help, it will at least freshen the air
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... and if it doesn't help, it will at least freshen the air
That's right.
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Grapefruit and tea, this is the perfect kind of tea for me.

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You can clean and drink at the same time.
There a lot of non-toxic cleaning recipes but just a few of them are really working.
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I use 1 part of bleach with 11 parts of water. Wear rubber gloves and use a sponge, cloth or soft-bristled brush to apply the solution. Rinse with a damp sponge and then wipe down with a squeege mop, to get out every last bit of moiusture. Turning on a vent fan before a shower and leaving it on for a bit after or opening the window cuts down on moisture
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You can clean and drink at the same time.
There a lot of non-toxic cleaning recipes but just a few of them are really working.
Cleaning with vodka is also a good option.

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I read an article about cleaning with vodka by the way. Sounds like it's gonna be a lot of fun.
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I read an article about cleaning with vodka by the way. Sounds like it's gonna be a lot of fun.
Oh, yes it is. Gotta try it.

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hahaha smart one. i didn't know that the vodka can be used for cleaning. It's a shame I don't have vodka in my home.
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Maybe if you stop drinking it you will have some for cleaning

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hahaha smart one. i didn't know that the vodka can be used for cleaning. It's a shame I don't have vodka in my home.
What a shame. Everybody has vodka at home. It is always useful. As we said before, you can remove a lot of things with it like stains,memories, etc.
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What a shame. Everybody has vodka at home. It is always useful. As we said before, you can remove a lot of things with it like stains,memories, etc.

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