Want to get rid of the mould. Try Anti-condensation paint | PaintOutlet.co.uk

If you want to immunize your home with Anti-condensation paint, we can tell you that, in our experience, it is a good alternative. Its cost is reduced compared to other insulation systems; besides, you don't need any professional to visit your home or workspace because you can do it yourself. 

How to Remove Mold from Walls? Take a look at this! 

Once you've seen the first signs of discoloration, you need to figure out how to remove mold from walls fast to keep it from spreading and causing both health and structural issues. 

Inspecting for Wall Mold is important!

Just about every home develops mold at some point. Surprisingly, newer homes get it more often than older ones.

That's because mold occurs in areas of higher humidity, and the tighter seals around windows and doors in new home construction keep in more moisture than drafty old homes.

Mold also grows where there is (or has been) a water leak. Places like the cupboards under sinks are very prone to it. Once a pipe has leaked, there's a good chance mold will grow unnoticed within the wall until the problem requires expert removal.

Remember to wear Protective Clothing and gloves; mold can cause severe respiratory symptoms and irritation. 

Now, to repair the wall, get to prepare the area you're painting on! 

Mold spores easily travel in your home's air. Close the door to the room where you'll be working, or use tape to hang plastic sheeting to block off the area.

Black, brown, and white spots of mold growing in the corner of the bedroom wall above the baseboard

Remove all decorative objects, curtains, and other items from the area where you'll be working. 

Place an old towel on the floor where you'll be working to catch any drips.

This method is suitable for finished, painted, or wallpapered surfaces. Use a Mold Remover Spray. Spray the moldy area well then immediately scrub with a clean cloth or brush to remove the surface layer of mold.

Reapply the spray lightly this time. 

Wait 10 minutes, then wipe with a clean, fresh cloth. Do not rinse.

Let the Area dry overnight or direct a fan at it for faster drying. Also, you can open the windows to ensure adequate ventilation. 

Some surfaces are porous, which means the mold grows on the surface but may also thread its way into the structure of the drywall/ceiling material.

If any discoloration remains, apply Primer to seal the stain. 

To get rid of mold on walls permanently, remove it using the steps above. Then, adopt the following practices to keep it from returning.

Open curtains daily. Sunlight is a natural mold killer.

If your basement has windows and doors, open them a few minutes each day to allow air to circulate.

Use our Anti-condensation paint; it will 

keep your walls mould free and good looking! 

The Anti Condensation Paint can be applied with a brush, roller, or the painting gun, although if the surface presents adhesion problems or is quite affected by the humidity, first, it will be necessary to clean it as we told you before! 

It is also convenient not to paint in rainy days or of excessive cold (temperatures lower than 5 degrees) and to let pass at least 20 days to clean the walls.

Now, to stay mould free in your house, after painting, remember to clean your bathrooms, kitchen, and laundry room weekly. 

Look for signs of moisture or leaks in cabinets and clean them! 

Keep your home's humidity levels in check, and don't forget to write us below if this helped you!