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How ToMould
February 17, 2017

How Long Should I Run My Dehumidifier?

“How long to run a dehumidifier every day?” This is an excellent question. I get asked by everyone, whether they’ve had a dehumidifier for years or just started using one. The best answer would be to run your dehumidifier unit 24 hours a day. However, that could end up costing…
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How ToMould
February 14, 2017

How to Get Rid of Indoor Mould

Are you having guests coming over and now your indoors smell musty? Or are you the kind of person who constantly has black spots all on the walls no matter what you do? Does it seem like there is no way to get rid of the mould in your home?…
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MouldTips
February 14, 2017

What You Should Do To Your Building After It Rains

Often people ask me, "is there anything I should do to my home after it rains?" It's very common question, and there are  few things you should check after a heavy rain. Rain can sometimes affect your indoor air biology. Because rain water can bring dampness, it can affect your…
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How ToMould
February 11, 2017

How to Get Rid of Mouldy Smells in a Room

Mouldy smells are an indication that is more common in damp materials, but that doesn’t mean your room won’t be infected. It’s important, that if you smell signs of mustiness, to act quickly and get rid of it. What are Mouldy Smells? Mouldy smells are common and often mistaken for…
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Case StudiesMould
September 26, 2014

Causes and Symptoms of Mould Allergy

If you suffer from allergies all year through, or if the allergies worsen during the damp months ( monsoon and winter), then you may be suffering from mould allergy. The symptoms of mould allergy are similar to those of other allergies. Common mould allergy symptoms are coughing, watery eyes, headaches, and irritation of…
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Case StudiesMould
July 11, 2014

7 Natural Ways to Get Rid of Mould and Mildew in Your Home

Rising levels of dampness in your home during the summer and rainy season can spur growth of mildew and mould. The basement, attic, garage, cupboards, and bathrooms are particularly susceptible to developing fungi. Not only does the site of the fungi growing in your home present a major ‘yuck’ factor, mould…
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MouldTips
May 9, 2014

8 Tips For Safeguarding Your Home from Mould and Mildew

A fungus of any kind in your home is bound to cause a few shrieks and attract disgusted glances.  Mould and mildew are the most commonly occurring forms of fungi in homes. In warm and humid conditions, these fungi can grow anywhere - on shoes, clothing, curtains, cupboards, pots of indoor plants,…
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How ToMould
February 27, 2014

How do I get rid of Mould Naturally?

How do I get rid of Mould Naturally? The wet season’s over and you decide to take out that bag you stashed away, but then you’re shocked to see it’s covered in mould. This can be quite a hassle, and then there’s also all that unwanted mould that finds a…
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How ToMould
December 19, 2013

What Does a Dehumidifier Do?

A Dehumidifier removes moisture from the air, making homes more comfortable, to remove moisture from basements, and used when a room or area have been flooded by water and need drying out. A dehumidifier can prevent mould and mildew growth. A dehumidifier is just the opposite of a humidifier. Where…
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Case StudiesMould
July 9, 2013

Discovery of New Mould Linked to Disease in Pets and Humans

Six years of investigation by University of Sydney researcher, Professor Vanessa Barrs, has discovered a brand new species of mould, named Aspergillus felis that produces life-threatening infections within humans, cats and dogs and is particularly resistant to usual treatment. Vanessa Barrs first noticed this fungal infection present in three cats…
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