How to Remove Mold in the Laundy Room

Laundry generates humidity and moisture, creating the right environment for mold.

Your laundry room is a prime spot for mold growth. Humidity build-up and/or faulty connections from washing machines and dryers can cause excess moisture, which can lead to mold in ceiling corners, exposed piping, and under leaky appliances.

  •   Walls, Flooring & Ceiling
    1. Simply spray a thin, even layer of Concrobium Mold Control onto the moldy surface.
    2. Allow to dry; Concrobium works as it dries to crush and eliminate the mold spores at the roots but will not change the color of the mold.
    3. To remove remaining mold residue, scrub the surface with a Concrobium Mold Control dampened cloth or brush. If mold staining remains, you may have to take additional cosmetic steps like re-painting to improve the look of the surface. For black mold or tough, embedded mold stains, try Concrobium Mold Stain Eraser.
    4. To prevent from future mold growth, re-apply Concrobium Mold Control on the affected surface in a thin even, layer.

    Tip: Be sure to have proper ventilation and equipment connections to washing appliances to avoid excess moisture and humidity build up that cause mold growth.

  •   Front End Loading Washer

    Front-end loading washing machines sometimes develop mold on the rubber gaskets between the drum and the door, resulting in a damp, earthy smell.

    1. Try spraying Concrobium Mold Control onto the surface and allow to dry.
    2. Then clean the area with a Concrobium dampened cloth, leaving a thin layer of the product on the surface to protect from future mold. Leave the door open to allow the product a chance to dry completely on the surface before use.

    Tip: Be sure to have proper ventilation and equipment connections to washing appliances to avoid excess moisture and humidity build up that cause mold growth.