How to Remove Mold in the Garage
Humidity and moisture in garage environments can lead to unwelcome mold growth on concrete, wood rafters, metal shelving, drywall and other surfaces.
Concrobium Mold Control can be used on almost any surface in a garage. The application approach for each of these surfaces is the same.
- Spray affected areas with a thin, even coating of Concrobium Mold Control.
- Allow to dry completely. As the solution dries it kills any existing mold and fungus.
- Clean the surface with a Concrobium-dampened cloth or brush to remove any mold and mildew residue. In some cases staining may be irreversible and additional cosmetic steps like re-painting may be required to improve the look of the surface. For severe black mold staining, try our Concrobium Mold Stain Eraser.
- To prevent future mold growth after the cleaning step is completed and the surface has dried out completely ensure that a thin, even layer of Concrobium Mold Control is applied to the surface as a final step.
To treat the entire garage, try a fogging machine, an easy-to-use applicator that mists Concrobium Mold Control into large and inaccessible spaces. To find out more about fogging click here.