I am running my own Mold Removal company in Florida.Here are some tips & process to remove molds by your self i hope it may be useful to you....
=> Mold can be removed from hard surfaces such as hard plastic, glass, metal and counter tops by scrubbing with a non-ammonia soap or detergent. (Do not mix ammonia and bleach; the fumes are toxic.)
=> It is impossible to completely remove mold from porous surfaces such as paper, Sheetrock (drywall) and carpet padding, so these materials should be removed and discarded.
=> Scrubbing may not completely remove mold growth on structural wood, such as wall studs, so it may need to be removed by sanding.
=> Wear personal protective gear and isolate the work area from the rest of the home.
=> After the mold is removed, disinfect the area using a bleach and water solution or another disinfectant.
=> The amount of bleach recommended per gallon of water varies considerably. A clean surface requires less bleach than a dirty surface. A solution of 1/4 cup to 1/2 cup bleach to 1 gallon of water should be adequate for clean surfaces.
=> The surface must remain wet for about 15 minutes to allow the solution to disinfect. Concentrations as high as 1½ cups of bleach per gallon of water are recommended for wood and concrete surfaces that could not be thoroughly cleaned.
=> Provide adequate ventilation during disinfecting and wear rubber gloves.
=> Finally, rinse the entire area with clean water, and then rapidly dry the surfaces.
=> Use fans and dehumidifiers or natural ventilation that exchanges inside air with outside air.