There's nothing worse than finding black spots of mould around your home. Whether it's in the bathroom, your wardrobe or worse on your clothes and shoes, there's a way to remove it and prevent it from happening again.
Mould expert and mycologist Dr Heike Neumeister-Kemp stated that where and how fast mould grows depends on the “types of nutrients [and] what the surface or fabric is made out of.”
Also adding that “mould really likes it on chocolate mousse, wicker baskets, soft furnishings, sugary things and anything that has oil in them.”
If you're experiencing a mould problem, you're not alone. Many Aussies are finding wardrobes full of mouldy clothes and mould even in the grout of their bathrooms. The presence of mould can lead to severe health effects, so it's important to clean, remove and prevent it.
There's nothing worse than decluttering your wardrobe and finding mould on your favourite sweater or shoes. But instead of throwing them out, why not try salvaging them one last time? Click here for the how to.
Mould and mildew thrive in damp, dark and poorly ventilated spaces, which is why wardrobes are a common target. By following a few simple steps, you can easily prevent mould growth in your wardrobe. Click here for the how to.
Bathroom mould is not only unsightly, but unhealthy. If you’ve tried every mould removal hack and bathroom cleaning tip without long-term success, it might be time to put down the cleaning products and pick up the toolbox instead. Click here for the how to.
If you’re not into making your own DIY sprays, or you feel the need for a deeper clean (we don’t blame you), then it’s time to look into the best mould removal products on the market. Click here for our round-up.