Check out how easily you can remove the formation of black mold on your brick surfaces!

Moulds are attracted to damp and dingy places. A brick wall is a fine breeding ground for mould.

Updated February 13, 2019

Check out how easily you can remove the formation of black mold on your brick surfaces!

Dampness can occur due to a leaky roof or faulty plumbing. Also, brick walls have the ability to hold a lot of moisture, especially during monsoon and winter. To avoid the formation of black mould on your brick walls, follow the step-by-step guide mentioned below.

Make sure you keep the walls dry. Dampness attracts mould.

Step 1:

Clear. Using a rag, dust the wall and clear all the dust and dirt.

Step 2:

Prep work. Warm 3 cups of water and add 5 cups of vinegar to it. Soak the sponge for the next move.

Step 3:

Cleaning. Wring the sponge to remove excess solution and scrub the affected area in a circular motion. If the sponge dries out, soak, squeeze and repeat.

Step 4:

Last move. Soak another cloth with hot water and wipe it all over the surface. Dry the portion with an air dryer.

Originally published August 5, 2019