To kill mold with bleach, use a ratio of 1 cup bleach for every gallon of water. Bleach can only effectively kill mold on nonporous surfaces as it is unable to penetrate into materials with deep pores such as cinder bloc... More »

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To kill black mold, wash the moldy area with detergent, then coat it with a bleach and water solution. Finally, apply a borate-based solution to the area. Allow the surface to dry completely between each step. More »

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Chlorine bleach can be used to destroy living organisms such as black mold. However, chemicals like bleach are not recommended for use in routine mold cleanup. Bleach should never be mixed with other cleaning solutions o... More »

Making a homemade weed killer with bleach requires combining some common household products with water. You need a large pot, a wooden spoon, water, salt, liquid dish soap, a spray bottle, a bucket, rubber gloves and ble... More »

Kill mosquito larvae with a homemade solution of 2 tablespoons of bleach per 5 liters of water. Use vinegar to repel mosquitoes. More »

Use Kilz primers after removing mold and mildew using a solution of bleach and water or a mold-killing cleaner and allowing the surface to dry. Painting over mold or mildew without removing it is a temporary measure at b... More »

A mixture of 1/3 cup powdered laundry detergent, 2/3 cup trisodium phosphate cleaner, 1 gallon of water and 1 quart of household bleach removes mold and mildew from vinyl siding and gutters. Leave the mixture on the sidi... More »