Black mould, Stachybotrys chartarum, also referred to as toxic black mold or black molds, is a type of fungus that produces its spores in slithery slime coats. It can be found mostly in dry soil and wood, although the black-black mold is most frequently found in cellulose-rich construction materials from water-or wet-water-damaged buildings. Toxic black mold develops in such places where organic material (such as building materials and wood) accumulates over time, creating a perfect food source for the fungus. When enough spores are gathered together, the fungus develops and begins to grow.
Although it may not always look like a black mold, this type of fungus does have greenish, brownish, or greyish colored splotches on its leaves. In severe cases, you may even be able to see some black dots in your bathroom or kitchen windows. The greenish-colored spots on the leaves may be very small, or they may be large and shaped like rice cakes. They appear on porous materials, such as drywall or cellulose-based insulation.
Although some kinds of fungus are killed by bleach-based disinfectants, others are resistant to this kind of cleaning product. In fact, bleach based disinfectants should not be used on many surfaces, including shower walls and bathtubs, because the vapors created by the disinfectant can cause allergic reactions to those sensitive to spores. Therefore, the only safe way to perform black mould removal is with a strong air purifier that can remove spores from the air. For this purpose, a strong air cleaner is recommended.
When doing black mould removal, it is important to be aware of how much moisture (room temperature) is present in the area where the mold is found. It can be much more difficult to clean up moist air than it is to dry out dry air. Mold spores act as chemical weapons and will only grow in areas where there is moisture present. Therefore, it is extremely important to know the moisture level in your home. If the moisture level in your home is constantly higher than 25% then you should take the necessary precautions to reduce the moisture level and prevent the development of mold.
If you find black mould in your bathroom or kitchen, the first step is to eliminate the possibility of high levels of humidity. This can be done by installing a dehumidifier in your house. You can also use humidifiers to add extra moisture to the air in your rooms if this is not possible. A fan or an air conditioner can be used to add even more moisture to the air if you do not have a dehumidifier.
Once you have eliminated the possibility of high humidity and excess moisture in your home, you can get rid of black mould by using effective, black molds removal techniques. These methods are relatively easy to apply and you will be able to find many solutions that are suitable for your specific situation. For example, there are natural solutions that can be applied that will get rid of mildew completely. However, if you have extremely difficult and dirty stains then you will need to use chemicals for severe black mould or stachybotrys removal.
The best way to remove mould and mildew is to get rid of the conditions that cause it. This means removing items from the house that are contributing to the development of black mould or stachybotrys. Many people remove mould and mildew using bleach and detergents, but these chemicals are dangerous and will damage the house in the long run.
Other simple tips for getting rid of black mould include removing items from the house that create condensation between the walls. This can be done by placing a couple of plastic chairs or tables under the legs of furniture to reduce condensation. If the problem is not getting worse then you may want to consider getting new furniture. It may also be worthwhile investing in some environmentally friendly blinds and curtains, as this will reduce the amount of condensation between the walls. In addition, using fans to circulate the air in the house can help eliminate mould spores.