How to kill mold without dangerous chemicals
Try these natural ways to kill mold in your Atlanta home.
By Alpana Patel-Camilli
Moving into a new living space can be a thrill, but waging a war against mold and mildew can put a damper on the most excited mover and those who have already created an oasis in their homes. This dull-colored fungus often grows in basements, garages, laundry rooms and other areas exposed to high levels of humidity and darkness. It can enter your home through windows, doorways, vents and even attach itself to your clothing, shoes and pets.
The worst part is that exposure to mold can cause mild to severe reactions in people with or without allergies or sensitivities. So here are a few tips to learn how to control and fight mold growth.
How to control growth
Natural ways to fight growth
Go with your nose and trust your instincts. If it smells musty and like mold, it usually is. If you've tried everything and still smell it or are worried about its growth in your home, contact an Atlanta based cleaning service for professional help.
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