How to Remove Mold from the Drywall

Little black dots on your wall indicate mold is building up on your drywall. If this is the case with your walls, there are some steps you can take to remove the black mold & make your home safe to live in again. Before you clean your drywall, you need to be 100% sure there is a mold infestation in your walls. This can be identified by the smell; molds have a dull musty smell. You can also check for mold in your wall through water damage. Water damage is commonly found in basements, windows & doors, attics, behind appliances & televisions, freezers, refrigerators, heaters, etc. These are areas where humidity & moisture commonly build-up & molds grow rapidly. In the image below, we identify black mold by seeing dirty black spots on the drywall; don’t they look disgusting?! Molds are also frequently found in garages.

Before you clean the mold yourself, determine its size. If the mold occupies less than 10 square feet on a hot surface, you can clean the area with Concrobium Mold Control Solution. It is the best liquid solution to kill mold. It contains no bleach, ammonia or VOCs. When this solution is sprayed on mold, it works as it dries, killing mold in the process. Concrobium Mold Control solution hardens itself over the moldy surface to form an invisible film that physically crushes the mold & micro-organism underneath. And Concrobium stays on surfaces to provide continual resistance against mold regrowth.

The most common cause of mold growth is water leakage that promotes damp, cold, moist conditions in your home. This is proven to be very common in home basements where insulation is poor or those that have poor drainage systems. The best way to stop water leakage is to find the source of the leak & take necessary action. An example is filling in cracks with cement, repair roofing & broken tiles on your roof that let water flow through into your home, excavating around the foundation of your home, etc. After making the necessary repairs, you need to ensure the area is dried up & moisture is removed from the air with the use of exhaust fans or dehumidifiers. Go here to learn practical tips on how to get rid of black mold

Here is a good picture showing you all the tools you need to clean mold from a ceramic tile shower. The mildew has accumulated on the edge of the ceramic tile shower that connects the two walls together. You should always wear gloves, long sleeve shirt & goggles to avoid contact with mold solution & detergents. Mix the Concrobium Mold Killing Solution with some water and roughly scrub the moldy area. Don’t worry if it doesn’t go away the first time, repeat several times. When this solution is sprayed on mold, it works as it dries, killing mold in the process. Concrobium Mold Control solution hardens itself over the moldy surface to form an invisible film that physically crushes the mold & micro-organism underneath.