Mold Removal from Bathroom Ceilings
If your bathroom ceiling has recently been plagued by mold, you're probably wondering how to go about the mold removal process. If so, read on to learn everything you'll need to know about ridding your bathroom ceiling of mold.
Step 1 - Protect Yourself
Before you can begin the mold removal process, you'll need to don your protective gear. Make sure to have your paper breathing mask, rubber gloves and safety goggles handy before attempting to purge your bathroom ceiling's mold. The mask will protect you from breathing in the potent fumes given off by many commercial cleaners, the gloves will shield your skin from any rashes and infections caused by exposure to certain types of mold and the goggles will protect your eyes from the inevitable dripping that occurs whenever a cleaning agent is applied to a ceiling.
Step 2 - Position Your Stepladder
Make sure your stepladder is properly positioned to give you easy access to your bathroom ceiling's mold deposits. If you're afraid of the stepladder suddenly collapsing, you may want to incorporate the aid of an assistant to hold the stepladder steady and catch you should the need arise.
Step 3 - Apply Your Cleaner
Having donned your protective gear and positioned your stepladder, apply your cleaning agent to your bathroom ceiling's mold, then use a sponge, scrub brush or washcloth to vigorously wipe the infected area clean. Once the mold removal process has been completed, open any doors and windows in the immediate vicinity and allow your bathroom to air out for at least an hour. If the mold is still present, you may have to call in a mold removal specialist.