How to Remove Mould on Carpet
Don’t let mould live where you do – it reduces indoor air quality.
To colonize and grow, mould 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.
Concrobium Mould Control is great for eliminating odours and odour causing particles in carpets. If you suspect mould in your carpet, you should pull it back to see if mould is growing on the subfloor and under padding as well.
- Once you have access to the mould, apply Concrobium Mould Control as a thin, even layer over the affected surface and allow to dry. As it dries, the solution forms a film that crushes and eliminates the mould spores.
- As Concrobium does not have any bleach or whitening agents, you may have to take additional steps to improve the look of surface being treated if mould staining still remains.
- In any case, ensure that Concrobium is the last product applied to the surface to ensure the protective barrier remains intact to prevent from future mould.
NOTE: Try using a HEPA Vacuum to lift and remove any (dead) mould spores that may be embedded within the carpet fibers after successful treatment.
Suffering in a room that smells musty and mouldy? Try fogging Concrobium Mould Control – it’s easy to do and will eliminate mould and musty odours.