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  • anti mould sprays
  • Premier Icon poolman
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    are they all the same? I need to clear some mould on tenanted property windows. Screwfix do one for a fiver, anyone tried it? thanks in advance

    Premier Icon footflaps
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    I just use Flash Bleach spray – what it doesn’t remove it bleaches so you can’t see it so obviously (you never hide it entirely if it’s eaten into the surface).

    Premier Icon johndoh
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    I use the one from Screwfix (damp behind wardrobes on a gable end wall) and it works fine. Just follow the instructions and ensure you get all the spores off.

    Premier Icon skiprat
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    My dad got some of this for cleaing the frames of UPVC windows, to get rid of the little black spot mould.

    http://www2.westfalia.net/shops/household/cleaning_and_protection/mould_and_dampness/dealing_with_mould/182069-mould_stop_mould_ban.htm

    Did the job and nothing grew back.

    Premier Icon poolman
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    thanks – I’ll order some of the mould stop on last link – much appreciated. STW to landlords rescue!!!

    Cheers all

    Premier Icon teasel
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    Surely warm water with 5 – 10% bleach would do the job cheaper…

    Premier Icon properbikeco
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    the dettox stuff always works well for me

    i also leave it for much longer than it says, with very good ventilation, and then wipe it up after (be careful and read why ventilation is important – it is nasty stuff)

    has so far kept mould off an external wall very well

    Premier Icon Davesport
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    Mould remover to end all other mould removers IMO. http://www.cleanstore.co.uk/products/Product.asp?ID=2749&?utm_source=googlebase&utm_medium=comparsionshopping&gclid=CPKGpfi9trUCFabLtAodEFoAuA

    If Heineken made mould remover etc 🙂

    Premier Icon tazzymtb
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    any sodium hypochlorite solution will so the job. The main thig is to make sure that it’s not as a result of a leak. if it’s just on windows then make sure the relative humidity is less than 50% or that there is sufficient air flow and that’ll stop any propagation or regrowth.

    Premier Icon monkeychild
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    White vinegar, lemon and water in a sprayer bottle works a treat!

    Premier Icon patriotpro
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