Mould develops in spaces that are humid, damp and not sufficiently ventilated. While there are various products available to remove mould, they may contain harsh chemicals. If you are looking for a natural mould killer, there are several alternatives that you can use without resorting to the use of toxic chemicals. Let us look at some of the ingredients that can be used as a mould killer spray.
White vinegar is slightly acidic and makes an effective cleaner and disinfectant. It can kill 82% of the various types of mould and can be safely used across different surfaces. White vinegar can be used in undiluted form and sprayed directly on surfaces. After leaving for an hour, you can wipe the area and dry the surface.
Baking soda has a multitude of uses and make a powerful ingredient to remove mould. You can easily make a spray by adding one-quarter tablespoon of baking soda with water. The solution can be used on surfaces with mould and scrubbed to get rid of it. Following this you can clean the surface with water and dry it.
Essential oils also offer a convenient way to remove mould from surfaces. Tea tree oil is often used to deal with black mould. It is a natural fungicide and not only removes mould but also prevents it from coming back again.
As a natural cleaner and deodoriser, lemon also makes an effective ingredient for treating mould. They are safe and make the perfect alternative to store-bought chemicals.
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