Mold and mildew are nasty problems that are all too common. They thrive in damp, humid, and moist conditions where they can feed on the surface they’re growing on. When that surface is your ceiling, you will want to tackle the problem as soon as possible. Unfortunately, people tend to grab bleach and other chemical-filled cleaning products that do little to actual remove the mold, but pose a serious health risk to you and your family. Thankfully there are several safer and more natural options out there that will successfully remove the mold without harsh and toxic chemicals.
Before you Start
Before you begin cleaning, inspect the ceiling for any damage. If you notice problem areas, seek the help of a company that specializes in ceiling repair Houston. Trying to clean a damaged ceiling will cause more harm than good.
Distilled White Vinegar
Vinegar has long been used to clean, disinfect, and remove odors. It’s also a powerful mold killer. To get rid of mold and mildew, you will need to thoroughly saturate the affected area with undiluted distilled white vinegar. Let the vinegar sit on the surface for 15 minutes. After the allotted time, gently scrub the area …