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Using Eucalyptus Oil for Mould Removal

Using Eucalyptus Oil For Mould Removal
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How to remove mould with eucalyptus oil

  1. Before using eucalyptus oil, it’s important to properly clean the affected area to remove any visible mould. This will ensure that the oil can penetrate the surface and kill any remaining mould spores. 
  2. Spray your eucalyptus oil cleaning solution onto the affected area and let it sit for at least 15 minutes. This will give the oil enough time to penetrate the mould and kill it.
  3. Use a scrub brush or sponge to scrub the area gently and remove any remaining mould. Be sure to wear gloves and protective eyewear to avoid direct contact with the mould.
  4. After scrubbing the area, wipe it down with a clean microfibre cloth or sponge. This will help remove any loosened mould and ensure a thorough clean.
  5. Repeat the process as needed until all the mould is removed. It may take several applications, especially for extensive mould growth. Stubborn mould may require multiple applications, so don’t get discouraged if the first attempt doesn’t entirely eliminate it.

Regularly cleaning and drying surfaces can help prevent mould growth. Using eucalyptus oil as a preventive measure can create an inhospitable environment for mould spores.

Preventing mould from growing in the first place is the most effective method of removing mould. To prevent mould from spreading, it’s essential to eliminate the conditions that allow it to thrive, such as high humidity, inadequate ventilation, condensation build-up, and leaks. 

If you need professional services for mould remediation to eradicate mould from your house, don’t hesitate to contact our friendly Absolute staff on 07 2100 4911 or book online.