|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|10-18-2013 10:15 PM|
Always wear a respirator when using bleach.
|10-17-2013 10:39 PM|
|Merrill Braidy||Make sure you have plenty of ventilation. Bleach fumes are nasty for the eyes, lungs, and your skin.|
|02-16-2012 10:23 AM|
Aside from two horizontal watermarks from a hurricane 3 hrs ago, I see no signs of mold. Besides the two old watermarks, the drywall doesn't get wet. I only spell the mold.
Water in the garage comes from cars after it rains or they leak fluid and there's a bit of water at the bottom of the garage door after it rains.
Water from the front of a car got on a cardboard box and one of the items that I suspected had the original mold spores. So I threw out the cardboard box and replaced it with a plastic tote. I plan to replace all remaining carboard boxes with corrugated plastic boxes.
I'm just unsure what to do about the spores, especially those in the air.
|02-16-2012 12:16 AM|
|Mold Tampa Removal||Do you see any visible mold in the garage? Any idea if any drywall is getting wet? If you have any cardboard boxes on the floor and they have gotten wet, I would immediately discard them. Do you just smell the mold or do you see it as well?|
|02-14-2012 10:38 PM|
Nipping Garage Mold in Bud
I moved out of an apartment with what appeared to be toxic mold (and became sensitive to it). I made the mistake temporarily storing a few of the items from the apartment in the garage (for 2 days).
It's been about a week. It's rained twice since then. When there's water from rain, the garage makes me sick. When it dries out and I spray some Lysol spray, I feel fine.
What should I do? What product would be best for getting rid of the mold spores quickly and easily? Should I use a dehumidifier or will it just spread the spores? I really want to take care of this quickly.
FYI, there are no visible signs of mold in the garage. This is a 15 yr old house in SE Texas.