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     Q. May 29, 2012. Can lime chloride be used for mold removal?

Sprinkle chloride of lime (sometimes called "bleaching powder" or "white wash") on musty smelling cement floors after removing mold. Leave the chemical on the floor until the odor is gone and sweep up. Wear a N-95 breathing mask when doing this mold smell cleanup. Other than getting rid of mold smells, lime chloride is not helpful in mold removal and mold remediation. Don't use it except on concrete surfaces.

Q. Dec. 30, 2011. We are about to replace the flooring in a laundry room and have discovered evidence of water under some of the tiles. The laundry room is built on a concrete slab floor.  What should we do prior to laying the new flooring to insure mold will not be an issue?  We are not sure there currently is mold, but because it was wet are a little concerned.

     A. Most concrete floor slabs have inadequate or degraded water barriers to keep ground water from wicking upward into the concrete and then into flooring and walls resting on the wet concrete.  Your first step should be to remove all of present flooring in the laundry room. Then install ceramic floor tile (with a rough surface to prevent your slipping on it) that is set into a wet cement base that has an adequate amount of concrete waterproofing compound mixed into the cement. Use the same waterproofing/cement mix as the grout between the tiles. The waterproofed cement and the ceramic tile will keep the concrete slab moisture from getting into your laundry room.  You need to check for floor/concrete slab moisture elsewhere in any of your house rooms built on the concrete slab. You can buy or rent a moisture meter to check for moisture levels in your floor. If you have more mold q's, I am here to serve you----Phillip Fry, mold consultant, Certified Mold Inspector, Certified Mold Remediator, and Certified Environmental Hygienist

Oct. 24, 2011.  In mid-Sept, 2011, I bought a manufactured home. When I first saw the house it had a musty mildew type odor which I assumed would go away once the sellers items were out and when I had the carpet all replaced.  Not true, still have the odor and this past weekend I found what appears to be black mold in the ceiling which appear to have been painted over by the seller.  The first two pictures are the same picture, just different angles, this is just above the furnace.  The last ceiling mold picture is about 3 feet from the furnace, just above the stacked washer/dryer unit. What are your recommendations to solve this issue?

      A.  Your ceiling mold pictures show water damage and the beginning of mold growth in the affected ceiling area. The moldy smell in your house tells you that you have a hidden mold growth problem, probably in and above the ceiling.  The most likely cause is a roof leak.  Have a good handyman or yourself or a family member carefully examine the roof (while on the roof, of course) for any holes or cracks that would allow water to enter into your manufactured home. Also, go beneath your manufactured home to carefully inspect the bottom side of your home for possible mold growth, which is very common in the high humidity crawl space beneath a manufactured or mobile home.  Get a good roof water leak sealant and patch over any likely cracks, gaps, or holes in the roof surface that would allow water penetration. If necessary, get the help of a local roofing contractor for the roof inspection and repair. Your next step is to cut out the moldy ceiling area and discard that water damaged, moldy ceiling section. Then, when the area above the ceiling is open for your inspection, use a ladder and strong flash light (and wear a N-95 breathing mask) to carefully look into the area above the ceiling to see if there is mold growth elsewhere close to the cut out area. Whether there is mold therein or to prevent mold growth therein, use a hand-pumped sprayer (about $40 from a large hardware or home improvement store) to spray boric acid powder mix all over as much of the area above the ceiling as possible to kill mold and to prevent future mold growth. You can buy the best boric acid and read the mix formula for boric acid powder and hydrogen peroxide on our website Mold Mart,  While on Mold Mart, you should also buy two of my mold advice ebooks: Mold Health Guide and Do It Best Yourself Mold Inspection, Testing, Remediation, and Prevention, only $15 each for email attachment delivery to you. Please email me any follow up mold questions you may have. I am here to serve you---Phillip Fry, mold expert, Certified Environmental Hygienist, Certified Mold Inspector, and Certified Mold Remediator

Q. We recently purchased our first condo which had a hot water leak beneath the concrete slab under the bathroom floor for who knows how long  We have stopped the leak by abandoning the piping system under the slab and have re-piped the entire condo through the walls.  My concern is that there could be mold beneath the bathroom linoleum on the slab & I am not sure how to handle it if that is what we find when we remove the two layers of linoleum.  The linoleum is a light color and there is no evidence of mold seeping through nor is their any bubbling of any kind.  The condo does smell a bit musty though, leading me to believe there is the possibility of mildew in that area.  We have removed the flooring throughout the condo elsewhere and see no evidence of mold, not even on the slab right outside the bathroom. You should also know that there is no window in our bathroom and the bathroom is in the center of the condo so it will be difficult to properly ventilate it during the mold removal. Any advice you can provide would be greatly appreciated. [Sept. 10, 2005]
         A. You should use do it yourself mold test kits from a large hardware, home improvement, or safety store to mold test the air of the bathroom, all other rooms, attic, garage, and the outward air flow from each heating/cooling duct register for the possible presence of elevated levels of airborne mold spores, in comparison to an outdoor mold control test. Since the linoleum shows no discoloration and you there is no evidence of mold in the concrete outside of the bathroom, I would shift your attention to the bathroom walls. If the concrete was wet from the leak, there is likely to have happened wicking up of water from the concrete into the insides of the nearby walls. You can open up the walls with small one inch by one inch or bigger squares of drywall cut out [and then glued back in afterwards] to visually inspect for mold growth in the middle of the drywall samples, on the backside of the samples, and behind the drywall [look with a flashlight]. You can also draw out air samples through the holes with a fan to which you attach an open mold test kit. Read the fan instructions in the mold test kit instruction section. In terms of ventilation, run a large flexible ventilation house connected in the bathroom to an industrial hepa filter or to a large fan [blocked off except for the tubing connection]. Be sure the read the 25 steps for safe and effective mold remediation.

         Q. I am an American currently living in The United Arab Emirates [ U.A.E. ]. I live in the capital which is actually an island connected to the mainland by two bridges.  I have been sick since we moved into this apartment with chronic sinus, pneumonia, pleurisy (lung infection)  body aches and tired most of the time.  My sister in North Carolina  recently mentioned I should read up on Black Mold. Since it is so common you don't think that it is such a serious problem.  Since I am in a very humid climate I am sure there is lots of mold here.  I saw some mold in the bathrooms and cleaned what I was able to see.  I also saw something Black, Thick and Sticky in the Central air vents.  I cleaned one vent cover and it took me 3 days with a knife and bleach, etc. So I did not attempt to clean any of the other ones.  That was when we first moved in.  Now it is 10 months later and I am still sickly and my small children have some symptoms as well, though I am the worst as I am in the house more than anyone else.  Our contract in this apt is up in August. We  have decided to move but my question to you is what can I do to avoid this problem again.  Building standards etc. are not the same as the U.S. There could be hidden mold in most of these buildings even the new ones from what I read on your site.  I went to the doctor to be tested and she sent me for Allergy (Ige) Testing. This made me think that people who don't have an allergy to mold won't be harmed by it.  Also, I found a 10 year old allergy test I had that said I am allergic to "Alternaria,  Outdoor mold July to October"  I found someone from Environment and Public health to come to my apartment to take samples, yesterday.  They took some from the air vent in my bedroom and told us to sleep in a different room in the meantime.   We did as my 3 year old and I felt sicker in that room.  They checked the false ceiling in my bathroom and said it was clean (though I find that hard to believe). They said they would take the samples to the lab and grow it and give us the results in about a week.  Well that is as briefly as I could state my current situation.  Here are my questions to you? Should I buy a Air Cleaner?  With Ionizer? Should I only move into a brand New Apartment? I am now on the first  floor, should I look for an apt higher up?  Should I look for an apartment with individual air conditioning units rather than Central Air? It seems your website is offering a lot of cleaning and removal solutions of which  don't think I can tackle in this place.  Is there anything that might benefit me and my family, such as testing what we have been exposed to? Anything else I can do to survive while I am looking for another apartment besides keeping the windows open as much as possible.  There are some plants and trees outside bout 20 feet from my windows. [June 3, 2005] 
A. As to mold health problems you may be facing, read the indepth ebook Mold Health Guide (2012 edition), available at Mold Store. It will explain not only mold health in great detail, but the book explains available medical mold diagnostic and treatment procedures.
The black, thick, sticky mold is likely to be the deadly mold Stachybotrys that can cause permanent brain damage. With the mold problems as big as they are in your rental unit, you need to move immediately to a mold-safe place to live. Moving to a new place does not mean it is mold-safe---read the info at New Home Mold.  Living higher in the air will not protect you from mold growth that results from high humdity, and living higher may put you closer to present or future roof leaks [not too big a problem in UAE due to modest amounts of rain]. Individual air conditioning units can be easily cleaned and monitored by you, in comparison to centralized building air conditioning. Opening the windows is good to increase through breezes to keep airborne mold spores from accumulating in a closed up apartment.  Use do it yourself mold test kits from a large hardware, home improvement, or safety store.  To deal with the mold-causing high humidity, operate one or more programmable dehumidifiers to keep the indoor humidity to a mold-discouraging 30 to 40%.

          Q. I understand that if moisture is eliminated mold will stop spreading/growing. I also understand that the spores are still there and can start growing more easily. I was curious if mold that stopped growing due to lack of moisture disintegrates or biodegrades?  If so, how long till disintegration or biodegradation happens? [April 20, 2005]
   A. Mold that runs out of moisture to sustain its continued growth goes into a dormant state [that can last for millions of years] waiting for renewed access to moisture so that it can resume its relentless growth made possible by eating cellulose-based building materials and other organic food. Dormant mold does not disintegrate or biodegrade over time. The dormant or growing mold can endure being either frozen or high temperatures [up to 160 degrees F].

           Q. Last night I watched an episode of “Court TV” in which a father and son suffered irreversible neurological damage due to an infestation of the poisonous black mold in their home.  Theirs was a luxurious multi-million dollar house, but one leak in the residence caused these terrible illnesses.  The growth of the mold was so serious that the house had to be condemned. Recently, I suffered inexplicable tears in my both my retinas.  First, the left eye developed four tears, and then the right eye developed mirror images of the tears in the left eye.  I saw a neurologist, and although he didn’t feel the tears in my retina were related to any problems in my brain, he did see signs of a part of my brain that seemed to have suffered a stroke some time ago. I have been living in my house for ten years.  The roof leaks, and once during my occupation of this residence, water came through the air conditioner, seeped on to the pine floors and caused the floor boards to buckle.  My front door has a crack in it, and once there was the strangest “object” coming through the crack.  I wish I had taken a picture of it for you.  It looked like an insect, but it was an alien-like mold.  I have always suffered from mold allergies, but the show on Court TV said the family I mentioned earlier had been tested for mold allergies and their diagnosis was negative.  As you well know, they were being poisoned by the mold, not manifesting an allergy to it. Is there a way I could test my home to see if the mold in it is poisonous? I am a single woman of modest income. [Jan. 13, 2005]
  A. The Court TV reported mold tragedy is the tip of the iceberg of the millions of people whose health is being ruined every day by mold poisoning from their living in mold infestation. Because airborne mold spores easily enter one's eyes to cause severe health damage to the eyes, your eye problems may well be mold-related. You would be wise to have yourself checked out medically by a lung doctor [pulmonary physician], neurologist [for possible brain and neurological damage], and an ENT [ear, nose and throat specialist]. Learn of all of the available medical mold diagnostic and treatment procedures in our in depth ebook Mold Health Guide (2012 edition), available from our online mold products catalog. It would help both your doctors and yourself to know the identify of the precise molds living in your home, as the result of of all of the water leaks your home has experienced. You should do all around mold testing, in conjunction with mold lab analysis and mold species identification. To make the testing and lab fees affordable, utilize do-it-yourself mold air testing should be your first step to determine whether your home and workplace have a serious mold infestation problem. If there is even a hidden mold problem inside walls, ceilings, attic, and the heating/cooling system, usually detectable airborne mold spores will make it into the air. If the indoor mold levels are elevated in comparison to your outdoor mold control test, you know that you probably have a serious mold problem which needs further investigation and possible mold remediation. Use do it yourself mold test kits from a large hardware, home improvement, or safety store to mold test any visible mold growths, the air of each room, basement, crawl space, attic, garage, the outward air flow from each heating/cooling duct register, and inside the passenger compartment of your vehicles [often mold cross contaminated if your home or office is mold infested]. Watch the mold test kits for 7 days. If any of the test kits show a large number of mold colonies of one more different types of mold [visually different to you], you can submit the mold test kits to a mold laboratory..  If mold test results indicate a problem, you may then want to then hire a Certified Mold Inspector to use fiber optics to inspect inside walls, ceilings, and the heating/cooling ducts for evidence of physical mold growth, and to do in depth mold investigation and inspection. Learn the 25 steps recommended for safe and effective mold remediation.

Q. After months of agony, I have found we have mold in our house.  We are getting it removed but I have some questions. Will ultraviolet lights kill mold spores? I know I have it in my body, can I give it to another individual? I have a friend who has cancer, and is taking chemotherapy. Can I give it to her? The mold has been sent for identification, but the expert thinks it is there an antibiotic I can take to rid it in my body? Will a dermatologist be able to help or should I go to...........? (different type of doctor) I must be allergic and my husband is not, it seems to be worse at night  Why? It gets in my hair? Little black specks of dirt (whatever) is where the spores are.  What is that? Under a microscope the specimens are all different colors- red, black, blue, green, white, black What do the colors mean? My 2 year old grand daughter has spent 3 nights per week for 2 years, what are the chances she has it in her body? [Jan. 1, 2005]
   A. Your granddaughter can easily develop mold health problems from her frequent visits to your house. So can any others who spend an hour or more breathing in elevated levels of airborne mold spores in your home. Your body's mold health contamination cannot be spread directly to others. It is only your house that can do so. But you can transfer mold spores from your home to your car, workplace, and other locations on your shoes, clothing, hair, and skin. People vary significantly in their sensitivity to mold exposure---thus you can suffer heavily from mold, while your husband may not.  Different color molds mean you have different types of mold species eating your home. When you receive back the mold species identification in the mold lab analysis you have ordered, you will know which molds are resident in your home. Most mold remediation is done poorly, leaving big-time mold problems still remaining AFTER alleged mold remediation. Learn the 25 steps recommended for safe and effective mold remediation. Ultraviolet light in huge levels from multiple ultraviolet bulbs [at least 388,000 uwats per second of exposure of the mold spores to the UV light] can effectively kill mold which comes in contact with the UV lights [usually installed in the return air duct of the heating/cooling system]. One or two UV lights are inadequate to kill mold. Usually one UV light has only about 10,000 to 18,000 uwats per second. To learn more about available medical mold diagnosis and treatment alternatives, read the in depth ebook Mold Health Guide, available kits at our online mold products catalog. The most appropriate medical specialists to visit for mold health problems are a pulmonary physician [lung doctor], allergist, neurologist [possible brain and nervous system problems], and ENT doctor [ear, nose, and throat].

         Q. I live in a 1964 house that we JUST purchased about 6 months ago. We had a flood in our first level (not a basement) due to a washer backing up. We had it remediated and learned there was excessive moisture in the walls, which led to the determination that there was mold in the walls. We have had that fixed. However, we had cut a hole in our ceiling to fix a leaky toilet - our plumber never told us about the mold because he probably did not notice/know. We left that hole open for about 4 months (still open) and when the guys fixed the water/flood & mold problem, they noticed mold in the ceiling there too where the plumbing had been addressed. We have had SERVICE MASTER come out and look at it for a remediation estimate. We have been told by them it is nothing dramatic or worrisome in spite of our very asthmatic family -- all of whom have runny noses, coughs, and these symptoms have worsened, but it could also be the weather. the doctors do not seem concerned that it is the mold. We plan to have a test this weekend and to have it remediated. What can you tell me about a) our continuing to live here - not sure if we are being dramatic to be worried and/or if we should be taking this much more seriously; b) our doctor's responses in spite of their knowledge of asthma/allergies being subdued. Please advise ASAP...very concerned mother. [November 29, 2004]
A. Serious mold remediation needs to take place when your family is living elsewhere in a mold-safe place temporarily. Learn the 25 steps for safe and effective mold remediation. Your family's serious health problems, the present ceiling mold problem, and the mold history of the house should make moving out temporarily very beneficial to you. Do not move any clothing or personal property without first doing mold decontamination by washing such items with Borax laundry detergent in water. Borax is a natural mold cleaner and killer. A list of Virginia Certified Mold Inspectors has been emailed to you. You would be wise to have your inspector use fiber optics inspection to look inside walls and ceilings for hidden mold growth, and to do mold testing of the air of wall and ceiling cavities, and of all rooms, basement/crawl space, attic, and the outward air flow from each heating/cooling duct register for the presence of elevated levels of airborne mold spores, in comparison to an outdoor mold control test. Of course, you will want the newly discovered mold in the ceiling to be sampled and mold lab analyzed.  You also need to read carefully the in depth book Mold Health Guide (2012 edition), available at our online mold products catalog.

Q. My husband and I recently purchased a home in Santa Ana, California, and we have notice that our next door neighbor has mold crawling out of his bathroom window and spreading up toward the roof.  I understand mold can spread can that be a potential harm to our health.  His bathroom and our bathroom are facing each other.  Is there something I can do to prevent mold spreading over to my property? [June 18, 2004]
        A. Airborne mold spores from the neighbor's moldy house can and probably will travel in air current movements to enter your house through open windows and doors and through the fresh air intake of your heating/cooling system. Your first step is to keep close all windows facing the moldy neighbor. Second, you need to determine whether or not your home already has elevated levels of airborne mold spores through out your house. Use our do it yourself mold test kits for a low-cost investigation. Your first and most affordable mold investigative step
to learn the severity and the extent of the possible mold infestation is to use do it yourself mold test kits [self observation of results over a 5 to 7 day time period, or send to a mold laboratory for mold analysis and mold species identification] to mold test the air of each room, attic, basement, crawl space, and the outward air flow from each heating/cooling duct register for the possible presence of elevated levels of airborne mold spores, in comparison to an outdoor mold control test which you should also do. If you see any visible mold growth, from each moldy area, scrape some of the mold particles into a separate mold test kit per testing location for observation over a 5 to 7 day time period, and/or for mold lab analysis. When scraping mold into a test kit, you would be wise to use a breathing air respirator [Home Depot or Lowe’s or a safety store] so that you don’t breathe in extra mold spores that you put into the air by scraping some mold-like substances into each mold test kit.
Use do it yourself mold test kits from a large hardware, home improvement, or safety store. If your home has elevated levels of airborne mold spores, you might wish to contact an attorney to write a remediate your home letter to the adjacent property owner. You can also think about filing a complaint with your local building inspector and health department. If you have elevated levels of mold in your home, buy GE hepa air purifiers [large size for about $100 from Wal-Mart] to run in different areas of your house. If your home is mold contaminated, learn the steps required for safe and effective mold remediation.


Q. We are owners of a condominium which about 3 weeks ago was subjected to a flood of water from an overflowing toilet in the suite above ours.  The owners couldn't figure out how to get the toilet to stop, so it kept flooding for quite a few minutes.  Water poured down through several routes: our smoke detector, inside a wall from where it then flowed out to both on top of and (apparently) underneath our newly installed "wood" laminate floor, and through the vent in our bathroom. The restoration company that was called in by the condo mgt. said everything looked OK and saw no reason to do any restoration work.  However, subsequently, we have been noticing an extremely noxious sour odor that seems to be getting worse each day.  We also haven't been feeling very well - very achy and tired - and are wondering if there is a hidden mold problem that could be, at the least, causing the bad odor and, at the worst, making us sick.  As there is no visible sign of mold anywhere, we are wondering if there is a way to test for mold without having to actually tear out drywall?  Also, do you have any other recommendations? [March 19, 2004]
One way to detect hidden mold growth inside walls and ceilings is to turn off the appropriate electrical circuit breaker, and then remove the plastic electrical switch and outlet cover plates. Using a small fan that has been thoroughly cleaned [blades and housing] with rubbing alcohol, tape one of our opened do it yourself mold test kits to the fan so that the fan air flow directly impacts on the sticky surface of the mold test kit. Then place a stand of some kind to hold the fan in place for 15 minutes to draw air from the gaps around the uncovered electrical outlets and switches. You want to line up the mold test kit directly with the outlet gaps so that the fan draws air from inside the wall and then directly impacts that air on the mold test kit. Then seal the mold test kit, and properly mark it as to testing location, your name, property address, date of testing, and testing method [fan air test]. You can watch for mold growth over a 7 day time period in the mold test kit, or send the kit to a lab for mold laboratory analysis right away or after the 7 days. You would use a separate mold test kit for each hole that you are drawing air out of. You need to clean the fan blades and housing after every separate test location is completed. You can do the same procedure to test ceilings, by disconnecting the screws holding up the ceiling light [letting it hang by the electrical wires].  In addition, you will also want to mold test the air of each room, attic, basement, crawl space, and the outward air flow from each heating/cooling duct register for the possible presence of elevated levels of airborne mold spores, in comparison to an outdoor mold control test.
Use do it yourself mold test kits from a large hardware, home improvement, or safety store. As to the flooring, and likely, mold growth beneath, you need to drill several well-spaced testing holes into the flooring in several areas to conduct multiple location fan tests. Click here for mold inspection insights.   

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PHONE ORDER: You can place your order by phoning mold consultant Phillip Fry Toll-Free 1-866-300-1616
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EMAIL ORDER:  You can also email your order by printing, completing, and emailing the Email Order Form.

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For mold inspection, mold remediation, and mold prevention for your real estate property anywhere in the world, please contact
mold consultants Phillip Fry and Divine Fry  email or call Phillip Toll-Free 1-866-300-1616 or cell phone 1-480-310-7970