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Mould - does it have to be bleach?

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scaevola Mon 03-Oct-11 14:53:59

or will disinfectant do?

Problem: patch of mould above a place where we have an about-to-be-fixed patch of penetrating damp. In the long run, it'll need repossessing, but as we're planning other work on the house next year, I'm hoping to get it done then. I'm hoping with the source of the damp eliminated, it won't spread now. But I want to kill it off as much as possible.

I don't usually use bleach. Would regular disinfectant kill mould effectively enough, or will I need the bleach?

scaevola Mon 03-Oct-11 14:55:10

"repossessing" - obviously keyboard has economic gloom, and I hope that's not a predictive change in any wider sense! I meant 'replastering'.

sleepevader Mon 03-Oct-11 14:55:58

I don't think it will.

There is a mould cleaner called HG which is apparently great stuff.

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