- Posted by Jose Alberto Fernandez
- On September 19, 2017
Mold can grow anywhere: on carpet, clothing, food, paper, and even in places you
can’t see, such as the backside of drywall, areas inside walls around leaking or
condensing pipes, and above ceiling tiles.
Not only is a mold problem difficult and costly to fix, but mold can also produce
allergens and irritants (and, rarely, toxins) that may compromise your health.
Here are eight ways to curb moisture indoors, and the mold that thrives on it.
1. Identify problem areas in your Set and correct them. You can’t mold-proof
your home, but you can make it mold-resistant. Do an audit of your home: where
are the problem areas? Does the floor flood? Do you notice frequent condensation
on the wall and door or a/c vents? Is there a water stain on the ceiling from a
persistent leak? Preventing mold from growing or spreading might be as simple as
ripping up carpet in a damp floor, installing mold-resistant products,
2. Dry wet areas immediately. Mold can’t grow without moisture, so tackle wet
areas right away.
3. Prevent moisture with proper ventilation. It may be that your routine
domestic activities are encouraging the growth of mold in your Set.
4. Equip your Set with mold-resistant products.
5. Monitor humidity indoors. The EPA recommends keeping indoor humidity
between 30 and 60 percent. You can measure humidity
6.Direct water away from your Set.
7. Improve air flow in your Set. According to the EPA, as temperatures drop, the
air is able to hold less moisture.
8.Keep mold off plants. They’re beautiful and help keep your indoor air clean —
and mold loves them. The moist soil in indoor plants is a perfect breeding ground
There is a primer you can use to prevent the mold, Zinsser 1-Gallon Mold Killing
Primer (Case of 2) is a water-based fungicidal protective coating that can be used
to paint over and kill all existing mold, mildew, moss, fungi, odor causing bacteria
and any other fungal organisms.
Remember MOLD its is a type of fungus that sprouts form tiny spores that float
about in the air. and its really bad for human exposure
Always remember not only painting your set on the front also painted on the
back , a lot of people want to save money but at the end end up expending more
to repair damage pieces .
And also work as a fire retardant, not only for mold an its really recommend to
studios y the south of united states.
For more information and treatment look for a professional advise.
Jose A. Fernandez
Art Film Group
5430 NW 161 St, Miami Gardens Fl 33014
1 (877) 511-4243