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Mold Prevention in the Bathroom

3/8/2019 (Permalink)

Mold Remediation Mold Prevention in the Bathroom There are several things you can do to help eliminate the threat of mold spores and protect your property.

Mold Prevention In The Bathroom

Are you frustrated by mold that keeps coming back in your residential bathroom? Have you suffered from a lot of water damage that led to such growth, and are not sure what to do to stop this cycle from happening over and over again? If so, do not get discouraged - there are several things you can do to help eliminate the threat of mold spores and protect your property. Here are a few tips for mold prevention to help get you started:

1. Use grout sealer.

If you have trouble with mold buildup in the shower, try using a grout sealer on your tile once each year. Any standard sealer should do the trick and help prevent destructive mold growth from damaging your property.

2. Run your bathroom fan.

After you take a bath or shower, remember to run the bathroom fan for at least thirty minutes. This helps to eliminate moisture and prevent water damage that could lead to mold. If the fan does not seem to be clearing out the moisture, you may need a new one.

3. Get a squeegee.

Did you know that a simple squeegee can eliminate three-fourths or more of the damaging moisture left over after a bath or shower? Simply run the squeegee over the walls of your shower after they get wet - you will notice a difference in the wetness level right away.

If you still cannot figure out what to do about your mold problem, or are currently dealing with an existing water damage situation that you cannot handle alone, it is time to call in the professionals. Your local residential mold remediation company should be able to quickly arrive and help you figure out a restoration plan that will likely include some cleanup steps on their part - and should help get your Waterloo, OK home back in shape fairly soon.

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