How to remove mould

You can easily remove small areas of mould in your home yourself


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Stop the damp

 

Mould is always caused by too much damp.
To stop damp:

• Air out the room two to three times daily

• Wipe up after yourself when you use the bathroom and kitchen

• Repair any damage


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WASH AWAY THE MOULD

Any small areas of mould can be washed away.

What you need:

• Water

• Ordinary cleaning detergent

• A brush or scouring pad

What you need to do:

• Scrub the area with soap and water

• Wipe up afterwards

• Let the area dry thoroughly


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CHECK FOR RECURRING DAMP

Look out for recurring damp or mould.

Contact the landlord in your property if:

• it covers an area larger than two hands

• you don’t know where the dampness is coming from

 


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You can download the instruction here: