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November 16, 3:49 AM [GMT -5]

Humidity is a highly influential factor as well that promotes the growth of mold. Thus, ensure that your bathroom is always well-ventilated by opening the windows and door. If you do not have a fan fixed at the bathroom ceiling, at least the natural wind from outside can help reduce the humidity level inside. Apart from bleach, a mixture of baking soda and vinegar is very useful too in eliminating molds. Mix a ratio of 1:3 of baking soda to vinegar and let it settle for a few minutes before scrubbing the moldy area. Then rinse with water and wipe or air dry. The mixture can also be used to prevent future mold from re-occurring so you can spray some after the area has dried up.

August 25, 2:12 AM [GMT -5]

To prevent your bathroom from mold make sure that your bathroom must be well ventilated to pass the air, so that no moist will occur and hence, no mold will form. Mold is only formed in wet places or on wet things.

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