Especially in the very wet and rainy season can form nasty spots of mold on the wall. Molds are nothing more than the living microorganisms (mainly spores and bacteria) that are favorable environment in cold areas and wet feeding of water and other substances. The walls and the walls facing north, with small infiltration, are ideal for their proliferation. Aesthetically, the mold appears first as small dark dots which are then transformed into real blemishes are more visible, in some cases causing the disintegration of the plaster. Unless you know how to remove those pesky stains, get the material listed and follow these simple tips.

As is known, the mold is not only an aesthetic discomfort, but contributes to the unhealthy environment bearing a latent damage to the respiratory system. The spores, being micro-organisms as well as small insane, floating light scattering in the air. It is inevitable absorption in the lungs which then become fertile ground for the development of bronchial asthma, eczema, cough and other similar diseases.

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The most affected areas are mainly the angles between the floor and the wall and between the wall and ceiling. The phenomenon is given moisture present in the air that condenses in the coldest point of the house. If we add a heating system inefficient or inadequate, and one obvious difference in temperature between rooms (should never exceed 3 ° C), we have already identified the most common causes of mold on which to intervene.

To remove the nasty stains you need to equip yourself with two main ingredients and entailment available: water, preferably warm, and bleach. You can put them in a spray bottle or in a bowl: the first option is more convenient, especially if you want to get to the high points of the house. Now you have to remove the mildew stains with a sponge to remove the thickest part of the bush. Take the spray or drip tray, wearing gloves to avoid irritation to the hands, back and forth the affected areas with a sponge dipped in the compound.