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kalew

01:40PM | 08/30/03
Member Since: 10/02/02
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As we are in the beginning stages of remodeling our bathroom, we have begun to remove the existing (ugly) wallpaper. It is coming off quite easily, however, we discovered a few areas where the drywall has mold growing on it. The areas are small and are near the floor by the bathtub and toilet. What can I do to get rid of the mold? Do I have to replace the drywall in these sections? When the mold is cleaned or removed, I plan on priming the walls with a latex bathroom grade primer. Thanks for your help.

5slb6

02:40PM | 08/30/03
Member Since: 07/28/02
1356 lifetime posts
You will need to wash it with 3 parts water and 1 part bleach and 1/2 cup of TSP and rinse well. You should wash it twice to make sure you killed all the mildew and be sure to wash the entire bathroon as the mildew spores are on all the walls and could start growing after you paint.

The finish paint should be one made for bathrooms as they have a built in mildewcide to help keep this from happening again. A couple that come to mind are Duron Signature Select or Zinsser Permawhite, both come in satin or semi-gloss.

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02:40PM | 09/06/03
Member Since: 09/05/03
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11:40AM | 11/29/12
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