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post #1 of Old 12-09-2012, 04:10 PM Thread Starter
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Proper mold remediation requires 8 steps - here is step #5 to proper mold removal in your home or business.
Once an initial cleaning has been performed and the work area is free of dust, debris and other particulates, it is time for a final cleaning and mold removal. This is due to the fact that small areas may be missed on the initial cleaning and because mold spores will resettle after the initial hygienic cleaning. The secondary cleaning is typically less involved than the initial cleaning and is primarily focused on cleaning horizontal surfaces (floors, ceilings, tops of cabinet, etc.) steam cleaning carpets and upholstery, and checking the entire work area to verify cleaning efficacy.
When you are dealing with fine particulates such as mold spores it is imperative to clean, clean and clean again to ensure the right outcome when removing mold from your home or business in Maine or any other state. When performing this final mold cleaning it is important to utilize a high powered LED light while cleaning to illuminate dust and any overlooked or settled out mold spores. Microfiber cloths are good choices for cleaning rags because they leave no residue and trap dust far better than terry cloths. HEPA vacuuming and cleaning floors should be a focal point of this secondary cleaning.
Secondary cleaning efficacy but a proper secondary cleaning will greatly increase the success rate of a mold remediation project. With the right approach and the right equipment even the most serious mold issue can be resolved.
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post #2 of Old 12-14-2012, 08:01 AM
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Mold removal is one of the hardest things to do when you want to clean your home with no traces of dirt, mold or stains left. I try to remove it myself but when I can't I call in a professional cleaner for the service.
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Regularly check for signs of mold growth in your home. Prevention depends on how well you keep moisture out of the house. Regular cleaning helps in preventing mold from infesting your home. Maintain proper ventilation because mold will not grow in dry places.
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post #4 of Old 09-17-2018, 03:40 AM
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Itís important to keep in mind that killing visible mold isnít enough. A lot of DIY methods will only kill surface mold. I deal with mold everyday at Titan Restoration and to my experience, mold has to be remediated and a professional service is really the best option.
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post #5 of Old 10-12-2018, 12:47 AM
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Mold remediation services are far more necessary than some people think. Not only can they remove the visible fungus, but they can also get to the root cause of the issue. If the infection is on a massive scale, it is important to hire a professional mold remediation service like pest exterminator Hudson County NJ provider. Such professionals are equipped with all necessary tools and gears required to clean mold, which includes a full face respirator, protective clothing, and gloves. As a professional, they will thoroughly asses the mold infection at your place, and will take the necessary steps to eradicate it.

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post #6 of Old 10-19-2018, 03:32 AM
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Yes professional service is the best option...
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