Mould Remover

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Mould Remover Kit

Mould remover kit having everything you need to kill mould growth and mildew on walls, ceilings and window frames.
  • RRP £39.50
  • £35.94
  • £29.95
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Fungicidal Paint Additive

Fungicidal paint additive for anti-condensation paint. Black mould prevention at a fraction of the cost of a specialised fungicidal paint.
  • RRP £9.25
  • £7.50
  • £6.25
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Mould Remover

A professional mould remover concentrate that provides the surface sterilisation treatment to remove and kill mould spores and surface growths on painted or papered surfaces.­Concentrate is supplied in a 5L containerand makes 25L solution
  • RRP £89.50
  • £83.94
  • £69.95

Thermaldry Anti-Condensation coating

Thermaldry anti-condensation paint inhibits condensation by reflecting thermal energy away from the walls protecting them from damp and moisture. Applied in two coats with a drying time of 2-4 hours between the application of each coat.
  • RRP £96.62
  • £69.60
  • £58.00

Remove mould or mildew as soon as the first signs of it appear. Professional mould remover products kill black mould effectively and protect against a recurrence for much longer than those available from DIY stores. A reduction in relative humidity levels and a better balance between heating and ventilation are vital in the fight to rid houses and flats affected by condensation-induced dampness.

What is mould?

  • Mould is a tiny fungus that grows from air-bound spores in damp and humid conditions.
  • The fungus is dark green to black, discolours walls and ceilings and rots wood and wall paper
  • Mould outbreaks can pose a health risk, particularly if you suffer from respiratory illness or allergies.
  • Mildew migrates below the surface and deeply into plaster, plasterboard and other materials having a porous structure.

Fortunately, killing mould is relatively simple, requiring only a few special chemicals and a minimal amount of time and expertise. Use a mould remover to kill mould growth and get rid of mildew stains. For walls and ceilings treat at least a metre beyond the last visible traces.

How do I stop mould from returning?

In addition to killing mould it is important to guard against further outbreak in the future. The best way of doing this is to use a fungicidal additive in paints, wall paper paste, tile grout etc., when decorating the sterilised area, and to remove the amount of moisture vapour in the home. If you remove humidity then condensation is reduced and the moist conditions required for mould growth are alleviated.

Mould removal in three easy steps:

  • Remove toxic mould on walls and ceilings using a mould removal biocide that will kill mould to the roots.
  • Use fungicidal additive in decorating materials to prevent the recurrence of damp black mould growth.
  • Control humidity with mechanical ventilation units and heat recovery ventilators reduce the incidence of damp mould through effective condensation control.

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