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 »

While bleach kills the mold it comes into contact with, it is not efficient for killing mold growing on porous substrates because it does not penetrate these substrates well. Bleach is suitable for removing mold growing ... More » Home & Garden Cleaning

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 » Home & Garden Pest Control

Some of the best products for getting rid of black mold include bleach, vinegar, baking soda and hydrogen peroxide. Black mold is obtrusive and can even be harmful, but these cleaning products can remove mold and prevent... More » Home & Garden Cleaning Cleaning Products

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 »

Household bleach, ammonia, vinegar, baking soda or strong commercial cleaners remove mildew and mold growing in the grout of kitchen, floor and bathroom tiles. The choice of cleaning agent depends on the type of tile and... More »

To remove mold with bleach, clean up the area, remove all of the mold and wash the affected area or object with bleach, detergent and water. Scrub the area until all of the mold is gone. More »