From Black Spots to Fresh Air: No More Mould Allergies at Home!

The home is covered in mould spots and skin allergies occur before being noticed. Experts will break down common mould spots for you and provide professional mould prevention advice!

Common Black Spots for Mould Growth

Kitchen and Bathroom

High temperatures and humidity in places like the kitchen and bathroom make them the most common areas for mould growth in homes. Steam generated during cooking or showering can accumulate on ceilings or walls if not cleaned regularly, leading to uncontrollable mould growth.

Air Conditioners

The transitional seasons are also peak allergy periods, and the real allergens may originate from home air conditioners. Air conditioners, used throughout the year, can accumulate dust and moisture, becoming an ideal breeding ground for allergens, bacteria, and mold. When the air conditioner is turned on, mold can easily be blown out, leading to mold growth on walls, ceilings, closets, and other surfaces.

Experts’ Mould Prevention Guide

Deep Clean Air Conditioner at least once a year

  • Regularly cleaning the air conditioner filter on your own can only ensure the removal of surface dust
  • Seeking professional assistance to carefully clean the internal components of your air conditioner, such as the evaporator coil and fan and eliminate mould and allergens
  • After cleaning, a 180 Days Self-Disinfecting Anti-microbial Coating can be applied to inhibit the growth of bacteria and mould

Using Dehumidifier to control room moisture

  • Using a dehumidifier helps reduce indoor humidity and minimizes the chances of mould growth
  • Remember to regularly clean the water tank and filters of the dehumidifier to ensure it remains clean
Air Conditioner Cleaning

Maintain Good Ventilation

  • Regularly open windows to allow fresh air to circulate
  • Adequate sunlight and good airflow effectively reduce moisture accumulation

Promptly Clean & Dry Wet Surfaces

  • Using clean cloth or Sponge to promptly clean water stains on surfaces such as sinks, bathtubs, or walls in areas like the kitchen or bathroom
  • Using mould-resistant paint or coatings to inhibit mould growth in areas prone to dampness or high humidity such as bathrooms, kitchens, or basements
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