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By far the most effective way to get rid of mold is to prevent it from growing in the first place, but odds are you are here because it might be too late. If you want to learn more about mold prevention, be sure to check out the mold prevention section of the website.If you are learning how to remove mold, or you are not sure where to start, just follow the links below and we will help you safely remove that unwelcomed fungus in no time.  Also feel free to leave us a comment or ask a question:

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6 thoughts on “Welcome to Remove Mold Guide.com!

  1. That’s why black mold health problems are so common.
    The word of the mold inspector is very important if you wish your
    home to sell at a good price. It is great that medication for asthma
    will affect a cure for the symptoms from mold spores and seeds.

  2. PLEASE HELP. I have a VERY OLD wooden bowl that has been in my family for generations. It was not stored properly and has black mold all the way through the wood. How do I save this bowl?

  3. Hi Adonia. Sorry to hear about the bowl. If you are willing to scrub the bowl and you are set on keeping it, just follow the directions on the Remove Mold from Wood Page. If you live in an arid environment, this give you a better chance of preserving it. Leaving out in the hot, dry sun after removing what you can will help dry out the wood entirely. If you live in a humid environment, then try to put the bowl in a small room with a dehumidifier for several days, after you have tried to remove the mold. If the mold is deeply embedded into the wood, it will be very difficult to completely remove it. You might, however, be able to get it to a point where you can preserve it. My final thought is if the bowl is delicate. If so, it might be worth your while to seek out a mold removal professional in your area, and get a consultation.

  4. I have a passive aggressive upstairs neighbor who keeps flooding my bathroom when he showers. We have replaced the faucet, replaced tile, and ultimately replaced the entire shower wall- new drywall, tile, grout, and re packet the on/off faucet pull.
    Since the water problem does not happen every time someone uses the shower i think it is a issue with the adult male.
    I have black mold on the walls and the ceiling has holes in it where the water drips out occasionally.
    Should i just evict these folks or what?
    I am currently in the process of cleaning the mold off of my walls and i plan to remove the ceiling in the morning. It is a DIY job since my dad is 81 years old and get pneumonia every other year or so.
    Last week 2 of my cats were very sick and i had been giving them anti-biotics but that wont do any good if it is the mold.
    I am also experiencing health issues.
    Can i take the tenants to court or should we evict them?
    Seems like a shame since it is tyhe adult male who cannot shower properly..?
    Can i take legal action?

  5. I have been told that we have white mold in the crawl space of a house built in the 50’s. How much should I expect to pay for this removal and what warranty should I expect?

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