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killing mould

by:Xingfa      2019-10-26
Mold is not beautiful and will make you feel that the person who goes to your home will think that you are challenged in the cleaning department.
But even worse, it can cause serious health problems for asthma patients and allergic patients.
It can also make people without allergies sick.
Many people are allergic to mold and may become very disgusting.
The most effective defacing agent for the mold is bleach, but be sure to wear gloves, safety glasses and respirator when using the mold.
The underside of the mold is a fungus with many types, including mildew.
The moisture produced by condensation is precipitated on a cool surface and is common in general molds.
The small local area of the mold is more likely to be the result of leakage through the roof, walls, under or around the window, flash or near the pipe.
If this happens on the wood, another form of fungal attack begins-the wood rot.
The single mold is not visible to the naked eye, and the dark stains you see on the wall are actually mold groups.
Mold will not make your home collapsed into ruins except for no attraction, but the surface will change color and dye permanently, and there may be mildew in the air.
In order for mold to occur, you need mold spores-always in the air-a surface that can grow, still air and moisture.
There\'s almost nothing you can do about spores or surfaces.
So there is still air and water left.
You can\'t just paint on the mold because it will come back.
You need to get stuck to get rid of it and deal with the reason it exists first.
Your challenge is to limit the amount of water available in the air in your home and let the air flow.
It\'s really a bit like changing the weather.
Keep it dry and keep clean the amount of water or water vapor that the air can carry (
Relative humidity)
Depending on the temperature.
The warmer the weather, the more water vapor is in the air.
The air is saturated with moisture, and the relative humidity is said to reach 100.
Relative humidity drops if the temperature rises-no problem.
However, if the temperature drops, the air will flow out of the water like a dew.
In the home, problems arise when wet air moves to a cooler room or touches a cool surface such as a wall or ceiling.
Water flows out in the form of condensation.
If this happens day after day, the mold has found the source of moisture.
The favorite place for mold growth is the unheated bathroom and bedroom.
Inside them, the air remains in the corners and cornice-especially the gorgeous corners and cornice that are hard to clean.
Winter is not the only time you can get mold.
Pictures and furniture on the solid masonry wall on the cool side of the House will also get moldy with wet summer air condensation on a relatively cool surface.
Your condensation and mold check list is placed on your deer hunting cap and starts to detect obvious moisture and stationary air sources around your home. 1.
The old room has vents in the top corner of the room for natural airflow.
If blocked by dirt, paint or apply on it, please open them again. 2.
The poorly designed extension can block the original natural airflow inside and below the residence, especially in the Terrace residence.
You may need an electric floor fan in order for the air to flow. 3.
Let your house have maximum sunshine every day.
If covered up by trees and shrubs, wise pruning may improve the situation and will also help your home to take advantage of the breeze. 4.
Can you open the window across the house? flow of air?
When you get home, open the window.
Can they be partially locked when the house is empty? 5.
Is your old roof tile porous, uncoated or unglazed?
While they may not leak, they maintain moisture, which can boost moisture levels at home if there is no foil under the tile. 6.
Check the sand yard from the well.
If it continues on the ridge, the moisture in the ceiling space cannot escape.
Add a power roof fan, wind turbine or vent to the mountain wall if you have one. 7.
Is the ceiling insulated?
The insulation keeps the ceiling warm, so it is not easy to condense and mold. 8.
Check the template and downpipe.
If water flows on the ground at the bottom of the building, there will be plenty of water. 9.
Is it wet under the house?
Moisture permeates the house through wooden floors.
The growth of water and Moss indicates very wet.
Ensure surface water is discharged outside the building. 10.
In the lower side of your home, is there enough ventilation to cross the confessionflow of air?
If you are in a wet area, you may need more than specified-there are at least two vents in each room around and cracks in the walls under the internal floor.
Brass mesh vents allow better airflow than the old terracotta warriors or pressed metal vents. 11.
Audit of moisture generation at home.
Check if there is a plumbing range hood on the stove surface and if there is a working bathroom exhaust fan leading to the outside-not the roof space.
Ideally, open the bathroom window. 12.
There\'s a clothes dryer outside.
Pipeline kits are available for most brands. 13.
A fluid-free gas heater inserted into the bayonet fitting creates a lot of moisture.
Ventilate in the room where the heater is used to avoid moisture in the cooler room. 14.
If you have obvious stains, blistering paint or salt deposits on the ground, you get wet --
To reduce moisture levels, the floor walls are treated. 15.
Make sure the exterior paint is reasonable, the brick seams are pointed, and the solid brick stone wall without cavity is waterproof or protected.
The treatment of moldy ceilings is caused by excessive moisture and damp roof space in the house.
The list on the previous page lists what you can do inside, but if the roof tiles are too porous, you have a few options.
The cost of building a roof and installing new tiles can be as high as thousands.
The coating of the roof tiles is not cheap and has a limited life, covering only the exposed parts of the tiles.
The alternative to use here is low installation
Introduction Envirofan RF7 (about $399). This is a plug-
In the 24 V unit, controlled by a $40 rechargeable timer, the air is cycled every day when it is turned off at night.
You need to install a power point in the roof space, but you can install the fan yourself.
The fan moves 9 m³ air per minute and works at 63 dB, with a range of popular roof colors to choose from.
Installing the Envirofan roof fan will only get up on the roof if it is dry and rainy.
The wet roof is dangerous.
Make sure you wear a firmly secured seat belt before you start working.
Below is how to step 1 Remove the tile that will install the fan, ideally quite high on the roof, but at least 2 tiles from the ridge.
To slide out the tiles, please lift the tiles above a little and overlap on the sides and lift them a little so that the tabs on the top can clear the slats.
You can also remove 2 tiles above the fan position.
Using the second step of narrow tiles, it may be necessary to trim the adjacent tiles slightly so that the fan can be installed.
This can be done by carefully biting with a pair of porcelain tile pliers or pliers.
Install the fan with the strap pointing down to the opening.
Step 3, push the top to flash under the edge of the adjacent tile.
Slightly curved the flashing top to help defend against the wind-
In a violent storm, a heavy rain blew to the top of the mountain.
Step 4 re-insert the tile above.
You need to lift up the tiles section above to put the tiles below in.
Step 5 adjust the flashing color to match the tile profile and, if necessary, cut the bottom to a certain length so that the rain will flow to the tile below.
Step back 6 steps within the roof space, screw the strap onto the Batten, and then plug the transformer, timer and fan into the power outlet.
Cleaning and painting step 1 wear rubber gloves, goggles and masks to open doors and windows.
Prepare a solution of 1 bleach in 3 parts of water.
Bleach contains hypochlorite acid roots that kill mold or mold and spores.
Be careful when using some other popular solutions, as they do not kill spores when they wipe the mold.
Step 2 scrub all walls and ceilings with a bleach solution and a gentle cleaner and wipe them with a sponge.
Just because you can\'t see the mold population doesn\'t mean the mold doesn\'t exist. Let dry.
Step 3 once dry, paint the wall with stains such as dulos shellac killer
Based on the preparation lock, cover any residual traces on the mold left after scrubbing.
It works fast, so you can put on your last coat in an hour or so.
Cut around the edges and corners with a brush, then cover the rest with a roller.
The stain killer is thin so hopefully it will pop off the roller.
Step 4 the last paint Wall washed with dulosn-Wear (
We use Stowe White.
50 ml VC175 mold killer was added to 10L paint.
This material is irritating, so wear a safety device when mixing.
Add ceiling white paint ceiling with the same mold killer.
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