How to Remove Mold in the Living Room

Don’t let mold live where you do – it reduces indoor air quality.

To colonize and grow, mold spores need a moist landing pad, a suitable temperature and a food source. Any organic material can serve as the food source, including drywall, wood, fabrics, or any soiled surface.

  •   Solution

    For walls and ceilings, depending on the amount of area you are treating with Concrobium Mold Control, you can apply the solution by: spray bottle (small targeted areas); brush or roller (trim); pump sprayer (large, accessible areas like walls) or a cold fogger (large or enclosed areas like basement, closets).

    1. With any option of application, ensure that a thin layer of Concrobium Mold Control is applied to the moldy surface.
    2. Allow it to dry and then clean with a Concrobium dampened cloth or brush. For tough and embedded mold staining, try our Concrobium Mold Stain Eraser.
    3. Re-apply the product after cleaning to leave a thin layer of the solution on the surface to protect against future mold.

    Using a fogger can help apply Concrobium to hard to reach parts of the wall and ceiling. For more details about fogging click here. If there is a concern that there is major mold growing behind your walls, click here for a solution.

  •   Tip

    Suffering in a room that smells musty and moldy? Try fogging Concrobium Mold Control – it’s easy to do and will eliminate mold and musty odors.