How To Get Rid Of Mold On Windows

window repairMold can grow just about anywhere if the conditions are right. On windows, however, the chances of mold growth is higher. Dampness can cause mold to grow and propagate. Other than that, mold on windows is unsightly. Paint could chip away and your windows could deteriorate over time. In worst cases, you might even need window repair if mold isn’t cleaned off in the right time.

Here are ways you can remedy the unsightly mold on your windows

  1. Find out what’s causing mold growth – one way of preventing mold on windows is to find out what’s allowing them to grow. Mold proliferates when there’s prolonged dampness in a particular area. Moisture from the rain does not normally cause dampness inside the windows. However, if there are leaks, water can seep through and moisture could remain thus causing mold growth.
  1. Remove the window – when molds appear in and out of your windows that means there’s an issue. To resolve this problem, the window must be removed and inspected. For the best results, hire a professional to do Myrtle Beach window repair. On the other hand, you could always perform the repairs yourself. However, proceed with caution.
  1. Redirect any water from your home – any moisture can cause mold growth. This is why you should redirect any water away from your home. Be sure that any water does not spill or spray onto the windows to avoid dampness. If previous leaking issues are not resolved, consider having a window replacement.
  1. Clean up mold with bleach – mold can be killed with the use of bleach. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, mix one-part bleach with one part water for optimal results. Mold can easily die when exposed to bleach. You can use a sponge or spray to apply the mixture. Use gloves and avoid inhaling the mist when spraying. Use the mixture only when there is sufficient ventilation. Prolonged exposure to bleach can be dangerous.
  1. Inspect your windows – although mold can easily die when exposed to bleach, they can grow back just as quickly once the bleach has been completely washed off. Monitor your windows for any changes. You can reapply the same water and bleach mixture at the first sight of mold growth.

There are different ways on how to prevent mold growth on windows. If left unattended, mold can be the cause of other issues such as deterioration of the window materials. You can try out different mixtures and products on the market. However, the results can be a mixed bag. For the best results, always consider hiring experts like MBHS Windows, Doors & Enclosures.

Keep your windows in good shape! Have them maintained by MBHS Windows, Doors & Enclosures. You may reach us at (843) 492-4516.

MBHS Windows, Doors & Enclosures
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
843-492-4516
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Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
843-492-4516
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