The air at home seems humid and you use your handkerchief almost all the time? What makes you sneeze and gasp so much? The cause of this annoying nuisance may be mould! Get rid of it, thanks to the helpful pieces of advice from House Cleaning London:
- Remove mould from grout between the bathroom tiles. Mix equal amounts of bleach and water. Place the mixture in a spray bottle and spray the grout. Let the solution work for 20 minutes and then scrub with a stiff brush and rinse thoroughly;
- Clean the curtains in the bathroom. Mix half a cup of bleach and 1/4 cup of washing detergent. Apply the mixture with a towel, wait for a few minutes and then rinse. After that, it is required to dry the curtains with a dry cloth;
- Don’t forget to sanitise the mat in your bathroom! Place in a bowl with about four gallons of water and 1/8 cup of bleach. Soak the floor mat for 3-4 hours. Then rinse well;
- You can remove mould from the walls of any room in your house using the following mixture: 8 liters of water and a cup of bleach. Clean the surfaces with a hard or wire brush, and rinse. If the spots are still there, try with a natural cleaning solution, consisting of 1/2 cup baking soda and 8 liters of hot water;
- Clear mould from painted surfaces. Make a mixture of 1/4 cup of bleach and 2 cups of water and apply to the particular areas. Leave it to work for 20 minutes. Then rinse thoroughly and repeat if needed.
The best protection against mould is the regular house sanitising! If you are allergic or suffer from asthma, however, you’d better use professional cleaning services!
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