How to Remove Mould Naturally


The weather is starting to warm up again and that means mould.

Mould and mildew from the summer are unavoidable in a lot of households. Using bleach to remove mould can be harmful to your health and the environment. These natural alternatives are non-toxic and use ingredients that can be easily bought from most supermarkets at a low cost.

Vinegar Spray

Vinegar is also an effective mould killer.

Spraying Vinegar onto mould, and leaving for a few hours before scrubbing away will kill mould and remove it.

Hydrogen Peroxide 

Hydrogen peroxide can also be used. Spray onto the effected area, leave for 10 minutes and scrub away mould.

Tea Tree Oil

Tea Tree oil is very effective in removing mould. Tea tree can be expensive, however a small bottle can last a long time and make a large amount of anti-mould spray when diluted.

Mix 2 teaspoons of tea-tree oil with 2 cups of water. Mix together in a spray bottle and spray onto affected area before wiping away.



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