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Housework is the most boring of jobs. Most will agree with me when I say that this is because no sooner have you cleaned it then it needs cleaning again.
It really is essential to complete some jobs regularly to ensure the continued good health of you and your family. If you don’t then such things as coughs, colds, asthma and hay fever can all be exacerbated.
One of the little known culprits of creating or spreading disease is the build up of mildew or mould in wet areas.
The spores from this dark, clinging organism on the walls and floor of your shower can become airborne, thus being inhaled and creating problems for those with a tendency towards respiratory issues.
If you live in an area where there is high rainfall, such as mountainous areas, that keep the area lush and moist, there is a chance that you not only have mould and mildew in the wet areas but in all rooms and wardrobes of the house.
Once it’s there it is really hard to remove.
Cleaning and Removing Mildew and Mould
As a contract cleaner owning and operating my own business Best 1 Cleaning and Pest Management for the past 15 years, I understand the need to remove this menace.
I offer some tips that do not take up a lot of time or chemicals, in order to help you keep your area clear of problems.
Invest in a squeegee and use it to remove water droplets from your glass screen and tiled walls, and paying attention to the corners. It only takes a minute to do this after your shower and it will go a long way to keeping this compact area cleaner and drier.
Wipe down every now and then with good quality vinegar, which can be used instead of chemicals.
Keep your windows or doors open as often as is possible to encourage air flow. If you do not have these then invest in a good exhaust fan or even a dehumidifier.
When to Call in the Professionals
If you find you have a real problem that you simply cannot overcome yourself do not despair.
We are able to offer high pressure cleaning from our truck-mounted heavy duty machines that will heat to a maximum of 121 degrees Celsius and has a pressure range of between 1000 and 3000 psi.
The reason for this range is that various treatments require different treatments.
We are able to care for polished concrete, concrete, granite, limestone, marble, sandstone, porcelain, slate, terracotta and many more.