MOULD AND BAC­TE­RIA

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You know your home needs ven­ti­la­tion to pre­vent mould, es­pe­cially in the bath­room and around the dryer and stove. But if your home isn’t weather proof, rain could also be detri­men­tal.

Af­ter heavy rain, take some time to walk around the house and look for stand­ing wa­ter and clogged drains. Pay spe­cial at­ten­tion to the ceil­ings, around win­dows, doors and walls, look­ing for small leaks, and check un­der sinks and around van­i­ties and toi­lets to make sure there are no plumb­ing leaks adding mois­ture to the in­te­rior of your home.

The Mould Werx com­pany uses a prod­uct called Ly­sis Sil­ber, which is ex­plained as “nat­u­ral an­tibac­te­rial treat­ment”, to deal with the prob­lem.

Re­leased as a gas be­hind cup­boards, into the car­pet and soft fur­nish­ings in­clud­ing mat­tresses, lounges and cloth­ing, it seeks out and neu­tralises mould and bac­te­ria. No longer able to re­pro­duce or feed it­self, the mould and bac­te­ria cease to ex­ist.

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