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How to remove black mold

There are many kinds of molds and although not everything is bad there are some that need to be removed for health reasons.

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Before you start killing the black mold, gather all the tools and products that you need. A bucket, rags, bleach and fungicide are some of the things you will need.

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How to dispose of cooking oil properly

Safeguard the rest of the house by insulating the area where the clean up is going to take place. Put a sheet on doorways or seal air ducts and vents to prevent the spores from spreading to other areas of the house.

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How to dispose of cooking oil properly

Safeguard the rest of the house by insulating the area where the clean up is going to take place. Put a sheet on doorways or seal air ducts and vents to prevent the spores from spreading to other areas of the house.

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How to dispose of cooking oil properly

Protect yourself by wearing a mask, gloves and even goggles for your eyes.

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How to dispose of cooking oil properly

Mix bleach in a bucket of warm water. Ideally, you can use 250 ml of bleach with 4 litres of water.

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How to dispose of cooking oil properly

You can also fill another trigger spray with clear water that you can use later on affected areas.

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How to dispose of cooking oil properly

You can also fill another trigger spray with clear water that you can use later on affected areas.

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How to dispose of cooking oil properly

Scrub the area with the bleach solution and rub with towels or a sponge. Ideally, let the bleach solution sit on the area for at least 15 minutes. Do not reuse towels once you are done cleaning. Throw them away in the bin to avoid the risk of letting the spores spread to other parts of the house.

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How to dispose of cooking oil properly

You can also use commercial fungicides to treat the mold instead of the bleach solution. Alternatively, you can apply it on the affected area after you clean it. It is also possible to use 250 ml of borax and 4 litres of hot water. Spray the solution on the moldy area and let it sit for several minutes. Scrub it with a brush.

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How to dispose of cooking oil properly

You can also use commercial fungicides to treat the mold instead of the bleach solution. Alternatively, you can apply it on the affected area after you clean it. It is also possible to use 250 ml of borax and 4 litres of hot water. Spray the solution on the moldy area and let it sit for several minutes. Scrub it with a brush.

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How to dispose of cooking oil properly

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