Your bathroom surfaces will sparkle in the hard cleaning action of Lysol Mold & Mildew Blaster Bleach & Shine. The cleaner eliminates stains, soap-scum and tough spots and is great to use most plumbing and septic systems with its non-abrasive formula.
There is no doubt that a mild bleach solution is capable of cleaning a hard, non-porous surface. That is why is often used against mildew in shower stalls. Mold on a porous surface like wood or sheetrock however, is another matter completely.
Prevention is the best mildew policy; a space that is kept clean, well-ventilated and dry has a lower chance of developing a mildew problem. These two strategies are crucial for preventing the growth of mold and mildew:
Deep breathing expands the lungs and delivers more oxygen to the bloodstream. As such, many massage therapists incorporate breath work into their sessions. While breathing deeply can be both relaxing and enhance a massage’s therapeutic goals, it can have a detrimental effect if the air quality is compromised. Especially because 2011 logged in record quantities of rain, mold and mildew problems are being encountered in countless homes and businesses across the U.S. Since mildew in a massage practice can impair clients’ (and practitioners’) ability to breathe deeply, the following tips will help therapists assure the air in their space is as clean as can be.