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If your fitted carpet has been wet for longer than

To prevent mouldy floors and carpets you should try to perform the following. By either removing the carpeting entirely or using a carpet cleaning product that removes mold and prevents it from growing back your solution will assure you no more mold in the future.How to Remove Mould from CarpetsMould is very damaging to carpets, as it eats away the fibres and is very hard to dislodge. If your fitted carpet has been wet for longer than a couple of days from a flood, for example or if the affected area affected is larger than 2 square metres, you should consult a carpet cleaning professional. Always fix the causes of mould (e.g. a leaky pipe or broken window) before you attempt to deal with any stains otherwise, the problems will just reoccur.1.Put on protective clothing, goggles, and a facemask attempting to remove the mould will disperse the spores and these could be damaging to your health if you breathe them in.2.Be aware of ventilation concerns make sure doors are closed to prevent mould spores from entering the rest of the house, but keep the windows open to encourage air flow.3.If the carpet is removable, take it outside and leave it in bright sunlight to dry out for 48 hours. If it is fitted, turn on the overhead lights, pull up the carpet up from the floor approximately 50 cms more than the affected area; remove any soaked padding or lining; and dry the carpet out by using a fan, humidifier, or the blow function on a vacuum.4.Next, take a stiff brush and sweep as much mould debris from the front Washing Machine Mould Manufacturers and the back of the carpet. Also go over the area where the carpet was situated. Then vacuum or steam-clean all areas.5.Next, apply anti-mould spray to the carpet. Follow the instructions on the label. You could also use one of the alternative cleaning products listed below. Make sure the mould spray soaks to the root of the fibres and that you apply it on both sides of your carpet.6.Scrub the carpet on both sides and leave to dry. Most anti-mould treatment should not be rinsed out.7.Apply an anti-fungal solution to the floor where the carpet was situated and leave to dry out.8.Re-apply the mould spray on all areas and let it dry out again.9.Continue to run a dehumidifier in the room for a couple more days to get rid of any residual spores.10.Be sure to douse all equipment used in anti-fungal solution immediately to prevent the spores from escaping into other areas of the houseRefer or be guided by professional Auckland Carpet Cleaning for reliable assistance
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