10:09AM | 04/17/03
Member Since: 04/16/03
1 lifetime posts
We have extensive MOLD in my attic. It is not a full standing attic (you have to hunch to walk around).

How do I remove it (it is green, black and white)? Do i simply bleach/water wipe it down (fully suited up)? I am very worried - about it, and want to get rid of it immediately....

Any products to spray/wipe on to help inhibit future growth (I know moisture control is the 1st step)...

Jay J

04:42PM | 04/17/03
Member Since: 10/26/00
782 lifetime posts
Hi Kit,

1) Get rid of any or all of the 'factors' that are contributing to the M/M and your problem will go away (and die.) Or, 2) mitigate or dramatically reduce any or all of the 'factors' that are contributing to the M/M and your problem will go away (and die.)

You didn't hypothosize as to the cause of the M/M. Is there a 'heat leak' from the room below or from a bathroom vent duct? Is there a fan, or something, that's inadvertently drawing air INTO the attic??! Is there a lack of ventilation in the attic??!

To (actually) answer your question, 1 cup Bleach + 1 gallon warm water (and a brush or rag) will kill the M/M. My best to ya and hope this helps.

Jay J -Moderator

PS: God Bless America!



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