Bleach is not effective for mold remediation.
Lime and airflow for the dirty waste water and left over moisture. Chemicals do not remove mold. The materials affected (wood, drywall, etc..) has to be dry, sanded, and vacuumed with a HEPA vacuum that you really do not want to buy. This is not the HEPA you see on Hoovers at WalMart. A really cheap one will be $500-$1,000. Or the material must be removed and replaced.
Quote: Originally Posted by CEE1NG_RED Hello. What is the best solution to dry up moist/wet crawl space ground after the repair of a main line?? I hear cat litter, lime, but what is best and if possible cost effective? Lastly, what solution do you use to remove some minor black mold that can be assessable in stores? Thank you... bleach diluted with water
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