How to Prevent Bathroom Mold

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Mold is something you definitely don’t want growing in your home; under normal circumstances, this fungus is in charge of breaking down organic matter. However, if it’s on your property, it can seriously damage it and affect the health of your family.

One place that’s particularly prefered by mold is your bathroom – humidity sets the perfect environment for its growth. Fortunately, there are many things to keep it out of your bathroom and at Dreyer’s DKI in Gainesville, we will tell you a few useful tips.

Ventilation

Like we said before, the moisture in your bathroom is mold food; open the door and windows after you shower to avoid that the steam builds up – you can also try using a ventilator. Hawaii has a humid climate so it would be more appropriate to turn on the air conditioning.

Shower Curtain?

If you have a shower curtain, that’s an invitation to mold growth; make sure to stretch it out to allow it to dry. Don’t forget to use a cloth to remove water from your walls. Also, wash your bathroom rug frequently.

Clean

Set a date to clean your bathroom at least once a week. Avoid using abrasive cleansers, they can damage your tiles and walls. Also, limit the items you have in your shower: shampoo bottles and other bathroom products are places where mold can grow. Mold can also be in your plumbing, so use a product to unclog and clean your drains.

Don’t allow the conditions for this problem to grow in your house! Just remember to follow these simple tips. Another thing you should keep an eye on is detecting water damage at home. To find out more, we invite you to read this post.

It’s never too late to handle mold! If you are currently dealing with this unwanted guest, Dreyer’s DKI is ready to help you. Our technicians are highly trained and use the latest technology to remediate this problem. Consider us, next time you are looking for property restoration in Gainesville.To find out more about our services, please call 352-403-0350