The wet weather intensifies the spread of mould which can be damaging to one’s health. Mould can affect the respiratory system and triggers many allergies. It’s highly recommended to see a professional if you think you’re suffering from mould illness. It’s also why mould removal in Sydney can help you remove and provide a clean environment.
Mould tend to grow in places that have damp and humid conditions and are not well ventilated. The conditions have grown to be common and even worse in Australia due to La Nina, the weather phenomenon resulting in excessive rain. Many urban areas on the eastern coast have had their wettest summers for over ten years.And experts emphasise that there should be a mould removal in Sydney to prevent the growth and widespread of mould in homes.
Mould and excessive moisture can affect the respiratory wellbeing especially those in kids. It’s similar to passive smoking where it can develop chronic bronchitis and asthma. A high exposure to mould can have you easily catch colds, fever, headaches, respiratory diseases, eye and skin irritations. In severe cases, it can result to death if treatment is not provided on a timely manner.
Are you suffering from any allergies? It has been gauged that around 40% people have sensitivity in breathing. The illness is due to some microscopic seeds produced by mould colonies that spread into the air each day. However, recent researches show that mould affect the health more than just starting runny noses, asthma attacks, allergic reactions and respiratory irritations. This is why mould removal in Sydney is important to eliminate the germs triggered by mould.
So here’s how you can eliminate and prevent the growth of mould:
- Remove mould in hard surfaces, upholstery and fabrics: Combine half teaspoon of clove oil (which are available in pharmacies) with one litre of water, and spray it to the mould.
- Remove mould from books: Place some chalks right behind the area where books are kept. Eventually, the chalks will absorb the dampness.
- Remove mould from leather: Get half teaspoon of clove oil and blend it with a 250ml baby oil. Drop to the leather surface affected with mould and wipe it with a piece of cloth.