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Cleaning and Removing Massachusetts Mold

A Massachusetts mold infestation suggests that there is a problem with water leakage or moisture in your Massachusetts home. You should repair any water damaged areas, and fix any cracked or leaky pipes, walls, roofing or window and door seals. Addressing the source of the problem will help to ensure that you do not experience future Massachusetts mold growth.

Usually, Massachusetts mold can be cleaned and successfully eliminated from hard, nonporous surfaces using commercial cleaning products, such as soap and water or a cleaning solution of no more than one cup of bleach per gallon of water. If you choose to clean the mold yourself, you should follow a few important steps to ensure that your health is protected during the process.

  • Do not mix your bleach solution with other cleaning products that contain ammonia. Mixing bleach and ammonia creates toxic fumes that can lead to serious illness or Massachusetts wrongful death.

  • Wear gloves and goggles to protect your skin and eyes against direct contact with mold and airborne mold particles. You should also wear a mask that covers your nose and mouth to ensure that any Massachusetts mold that enters the air is not inhaled into your lungs.

  • Always work in a ventilated area with open windows or doors that provide sufficient fresh air.

  • Work on a small patch of the mold first, and stay aware of any negative health reactions you may exhibit, which may include headaches, nausea or mucus membrane irritation. If you experience symptoms of Massachusetts mold illness, you should contact your Massachusetts landlord and a professional Massachusetts mold removal company.

  • Do not attempt to remove Massachusetts mold from porous or absorbent materials, such as ceiling tiles, towels, linens, drywall, carpet, drapes, or clothing.

  • These ruined items should be thrown away and replaced.

  • After cleaning, thoroughly dry the area. This will prevent allergic reactions to any remaining dead mold or further moisture problems that could lead to Massachusetts mold recontamination.

If the mold extends over a large area, you may wish to hire a professional Massachusetts mold removal company to handle the cleaning and make sure that all of the mold is eliminated so that it does not return or cause additional harm.

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