There’s nothing worse than opening up your front-loading laundry machine and being greeted with a big wiff of a funky mold odor. It makes the dreaded task of doing the laundry that much more unpleasant, right?
Hate to get sick in the fall? Yep, I know I sure do…Yet year after year, I somehow seem to find myself curled up in the fetal position on the couch drowning in a sea of used Kleenex surviving on a diet of chicken noodle soup and tea. Well not this year!!
Have you ever wondered if there are any natural ways to help fight mold in your home? Well, we were curious as well so we decided to do some reasearch and we are happy to report there are indeed natural remedies to fight the mold in your home without breaking the bank or using chemicals.
In light of the recent flooding in South Carolina’s lowcountry, we’ve decided to write a blog post on how you can remove mold in your home if you’ve had water damage.
It is a natural mineral that has been used for many different purposes over the years. It was however definitely at the height of it’s popularity during the Industrial Age when it was pretty much found in everything and it was everywhere.
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Did you know there is over 100,000 species of mold worldwide? Impressive right… unless you find it in your home (well that’s aside from penicillin and some good old Roquefort cheese).
Asbestos occurs naturally in mineral form and is a strong, heat-resistant fibre, however, it is also a tiny and potentially deadly component used to strengthen man-made materials.