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Question DetailsAsked on 8/1/2015

How can I find someone to remove mold from my bathroom walls safely without robbing me blind?

The bathroom was repainted several years ago and instead of sanding down the mold on the walls the painter painted right over it. (I wasn't aware of this at the time.) Then the mold started bleeding out from underneath and the paint over it has fallen off. I am concerned about tiny particles remaining in the air or hiding on surfaces after the work has been done. What certifications, if any, should I look for in a service provider? Is there a way to test the air to assure there are no more mold particles when the work is finished?

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First you should have the mold tested to make sure it's not toxic. If it's not toxic, you can wipe down your walls with bleach and that will take care of it.

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