How to Remove Mold from Walls and Ceilings
There are two scenarios. One, when the walls and the ceilings of the house or bathroom are made of material which is easy to clean. Two, when the surfaces are porous and it is difficult to clean the mold spores.
A professional will first assess the severity of the problem. If the infested area is small and easy to clean, the house cleaner will remove the spores successfully. If the surface happens to be porous, it may not be possible for the professional to completely get rid of the mold spores. In that case, the ideal solution will be to replace the infested ceiling tiles with new ones. What is even more important is to take quick action as soon as you have spotted the presence of mold.
The mold removal procedure includes cleaning the surface first of all. With a solution of detergent and water, the infested area needs to be cleaned properly and then left to dry for sometime. Then, the cleaner will apply chlorine bleach solution with the help of a sponge to kill the mold.
Finally, the professional will scrub and rinse the affected areas and then let the areas dry. All this while, the cleaner will be properly dressed in their protective gear so as to keep themselves safe.