Housecleaning Tips : How to Clean Mold From Carpet

Housecleaning Tips : How to Clean Mold From Carpet

If a carpet has mold in it, the first thing to do is to get all of the excess moisture up. Discover why black mold can be so dangerous to a family with help from a professional house cleaner in this free video on mold and cleaning tips.

Expert: Rachel Yatuzis
Bio: Rachel Yatuzis is a professional house cleaner in Nashville, Tenn., specializing in using everyday household items for cleaning purposes.
Filmmaker: Tim Brown

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16 thoughts on “Housecleaning Tips : How to Clean Mold From Carpet

  1. Hydrogen peroxide works great. if you use vinegar have as Much ventilation as possible since it opens the spores! If you inhale it's very toxic. If you do inhale you can take oregano oil soft gels to assist your body in clearing the fungus from your body. Also Colloidal silver is a natural antibiotic which helps fight any infection. 10-20 drops 3 x daily. for at least 10 Days.

  2. That's funny, I googled it and it all suggests vinegar! It's probably better to dry it using a blow dryer or fan though. Letting it air dry could allow extra moisture to stay trapped and, yes, THAT can create more mold. But, if done correctly, that spot should stay mold free. The vinegar left on the carpet actually prevents new mold from growing. Bleach is extremely harmful people! Vinegar can replace almost ALL of your everyday cleaners! I haven't bought cleaners in years!

  3. This isn't actually correct. My carpet grew mold because the vinegar I cleaned it with originally didn't dry, the mold grew on the wet vinegar when there was no mold to begin with, so no, vinegar doesn't kill mold. Google it, mold grows on vinegar often, and vinegar should not be used to clean mold. 

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