Mold is a thin, sometimes white, sometimes black structure produced by some bacteria. Although bacteria are always in the air, the bacteria that cause molds need a certain temperature and humidity. Mold can be above everything, dark, humid, hot and areas where air is not circulated are ideal areas for them. Pantry, basements, narrow spaces and even clothing cabinets should be regularly monitored for mold growth.
Mold can also occur in carpets in the basement or in rugs, shower curtains, or in damp clothes kept on the edge for ironing. Such molds are often more prone to occur in new homes because the materials used in the construction phase are often humid. As mold is formed, it causes damage to the area and starts to emit odor. It fades the colors of the fabrics (including the skin), and from time to time continues to damage until the fabric breaks down. To protect your home and belongings, you must prevent mold!
The mold in the house can also occur without a certain humidity; To prevent the mold to be done in the moist and damp areas to find and to dry these areas. This may be difficult and insulation may be necessary when moisture or moisture is too high. Some basements are constantly humid because of the flow of water from the upper areas, in which case you have to change the outer part and find and prevent the flowing part. If you have an air outlet in your clothes dryer, you can pull the humid air out to the outside. By heating for a short period of time, you can usually get rid of the moisture in the house, then open the windows and doors to circulate the air from which moisture is drawn. A ventilator can also help you avoid mold.
Cold air keeps less moisture than hot air. The air conditioners work well by pulling warmed air and then cool and cool air into the room. You can use a moisture meter to measure the humidity of the room. You should also keep your windows and doors closed when using an air cleaner or air conditioner.
Airflow and good ventilation are essential to remove moisture. When the outside air is drier than the air in the house, the ventilators allow the dry air to enter, remove the excess moisture and expel it. When natural ventilation is not enough, you can place a fan near your wall or near your window so you can remove the humid air from your home.
Never place your clothes in a wet or damp place. You should dry all your clothes well before you lift the closet. Dry the wet shower curtains thoroughly. Try to dry your clothes quickly after washing. In slow-drying fabrics, a sour and moldy odor may form, which is not a good sign.
If mold problems occur in your home, it can be annoying to avoid molds. But you can try to clean up the problem by keeping these areas clean and dry by paying attention to which parts of your house can be moldy or not. High temperature and high humidity areas are ideal environments for mold formation. Soil and dirt in dirty areas, clothing, including mold with a certain temperature invites to the formation of mold. The greasy areas in the kitchen walls are also suitable for bacteria to form mold. Pay attention to these areas and try to keep them as clean and dry as possible.
Mildew odor, which is known to be moldy, is sometimes very noticeable in cabins or shower cabins. You can get rid of that smell as soon as possible to prevent the mold from becoming more harmful. Usually, the area where the smell of mold is properly heated and will disappear after drying. If the odor remains, it is best to consult a specialist in this regard.