Wood is commonly used in building structures, flooring, cabinets, furniture, and more. As a porous, organic material, wood is highly susceptible to water damage and mold growth. Flooding can certainly damage wood, but even high humidity is often enough to cause a mold problem.
Follow these tips to keep wood clean, dry, and mold-free:
If the affected area is smaller than about 10 square feet, the EPA says it’s safe to remove mold yourself using household cleaners. But don’t delay—the longer you wait, the higher chance the mold colony has of spreading and affecting your health. Don the proper protective clothing and get to work removing mold from wood using any of these five cleaning methods:
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