How to Get Rid of Mold on Walls (Permanently)

Those black mold stains present on the walls are annoying, but  with this method you will finally say goodbye to them!

The presence of mold in the home is a real problem that needs to be fought as soon as possible to avert dangers not only in the home but especially on one’s health. Yes, because this fungus that is increasingly spreading inside our homes poses a danger to our health.

Preventing mold in the home is possible, however, it is not always successful due mainly to the area where we live. If our home is in a country area, or at any rate in places where moisture is ubiquitous, it is almost certain that sooner or later we will find ourselves battling the much-hated mold. Making the rooms in the house breathe, especially avoiding the formation of condensation especially for example in rooms such as the bathroom, can be a useful method to prevent mold from forming. Another ancient grandmother’s remedy involves the use of salt instead. Did you know that putting salt inside a small glass and placing it in the nooks and crannies of our rooms can help prevent mold? Similarly, you can also use rice. These are made of natural ingredients that can absorb moisture. But what to do when it is too late and mold is now in the house? Fighting those obnoxious black stains is really terrible, but not impossible. And with this natural remedy we can solve the problem in just a few steps. I’ll tell you how to do it!

Black mold stains are really annoying: you can get rid of them this way

Black stains and that bad smell that spreads due to the presence of mold in the corners of the house should definitely be fought. To avoid health risks, it is essential to avoid living with mold for a long time. With this very simple and natural remedy we can get rid of stains and ward off that unpleasant smell that is becoming more and more noticeable.

First of all, let’s remember to ventilate the rooms in the house as much as possible. That bad smell that is stagnating will start to become milder. After that, we retrieve a spray bottle. At this point, we create our ‘magic solution’.

We will simply pour inside the spray bottle half a shot glass of salt, half a shot glass of baking soda and half a shot glass of Hydrogen peroxide. We close and shake the bottle to mix everything and make the two salts dissolve inside the hydrogen peroxide. At this point, wearing gloves and perhaps wearing a mask so as not to breathe in that foul smell, we proceed to spray the solution on the offending stains. Before we start scrubbing, we let it sit for a few minutes. At that point, with a rough sponge, we rub to remove the stain.

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