Tips for removing mould
Are you troubled by damp and ugly mould patches in your home? HG shares various tips with you about how you can remove mould outdoors and indoors (such as the bathroom) and prevent mould from developing. The mould patches are dirty and an eyesore, but they can also harm your health. No wonder you want to get rid of them!
How do you prevent mould?
The most important tip for preventing mould in your home is to have sufficient ventilation. Open the windows from time to time, for example during or after mopping, air the bathroom after showering and check if your automatic ventilation still works properly.
Mould in a wooden shed or on the outside wall can be prevented too. If possible, put the shed in a place where it catches the sun or install a good dehumidifier. Outside walls can be treated to prevent the rain from being absorbed into the facade. This prevents facades from looking dirty and prevents mould from developing.
Questions or own tips
If you have a question about damp and mould development, please ask one of our employees. If you have a tip for removing or preventing mould, please share it with the 'Ask a Question' form.