Many homes, offices and gyms are infested with mould, and it has VERY harmful effects on our health.
Obviously, a total, professional mould remediation would be the best, but you may just want to try tea tree oil in a spray bottle.
For centuries, the Aborigines used to crush tea tree leaves and then apply it directly on the affected spot, secured with mud packs for treating burns, wounds and cuts, for their amazing antiseptic properties, which have also been discovered by Australian researchers in the 1920s.
According to recent studies, tea tree oil is beneficial for respiratory issues, from runny nose to asthma, common cold, bronchitis and tuberculosis. Moreover, it can be helpful for skin issues such as burns, rashes and dandruff, due to its potent antimicrobial properties.
It is useful against all germs, including mould, and this is how you can use it to get rid of the mould in your house:
- Tea tree oil, 2 teaspoons
- Water, 2 cups
- Spray bottle
Make a mixture of water and tea tree oil, and put the mixture in a spray bottle. Then simply spray the areas where mould is present and leave it so it can dry off.
Then you can wipe it off with a towel. You will be surprised by the quick effects.