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    Getting rid of mould mites


    I need some help removing mould mites. All thr moult has been cleaned off the wall with mould cleaner and a fungicidal wash but the mould
    mites just keep coming back. Does anyone have any solid advice as to how me get rid of them for good?

    Asked by Luke on 31st Mar 2020
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    Elite Joinery Solutions

    "Firstly before you remove the mould repair the source of the moisture/water?
    Open the windows for ventilation...
    Now the best thing to get rid of mites/mould/dust ETC is a bleach product and or rubbing alcohol.
    Clean all surfaces of all objects etc.Then spray liberally with bleach. Perhaps also scrub the surfaces and cupboards and walls with rubbing alcohol."

    Answered on 1st Apr 2020 - Member since May 2015 - report
    MRG Mould Specialists LTD


    To rid of mould mites within your property you will need to have a 4 stage decontamination process carried out with negative air pressure installed during this process.


    MRG mould specialists Ltd"

    Answered on 10th Jul 2020 - Member since May 2020 - report

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