Is It Possible To Remove Mold With Bleach?
Yes, bleach can clean up mold that is on hard surfaces where it’s visible. But, you can’t clean drapery, rugs or upholstered furniture with bleach. You can not remove the invisible mold that floats in your air with bleach either. Bleach can clean mold off countertops, floors and walls, provided they are surfaces that can withstand the power of bleach. It’s the mold that lingers in the air that may cause allergic reactions or illness.
The best way to eliminate mold in your home is to have a certified mold testing service, such as Mold Testing NJ-NY inspect and test for it. If the mold growth is extensive, the testing service will recommend remediation. Then you need a professional mold removal service.
What Else Can Remove Mold?
In addition to bleach, vinegar can also be used to clean mold off non-porous surfaces. Neither of these can clean up the mold that floats in the air and is invisible. This is generally the type of mold that causes illness. Air-borne mold requires inspection and testing by a mold testing professional.
Inspect, Test and Remediate
The team at Mold Testing NJ-NY is experienced in mold detection and mold testing. We only test for mold, we do not remediate. If in our investigation we discover mold growing in your home, we recommend elimination. For a comprehensive test for mold, call on us today. We can always be reached at (201) 658-8881.
Mold Testing NJ-NY is a full service Mold and Indoor Air Quality testing service. We can also test your premises for Radon, a colorless, odorless gas that cannot be detected unless it is tested for. Radon is a health hazard and can cause serious illness.