To clean your basement, prepare cleaning materials in a container, remove all covers and shake off accumulated dust outdoors, and start wiping all covered items. Use a sponge dampened with warm, soapy water or a mixture ... More »

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Tips for basement clean-up include removing furniture and other items from the basement first, collecting cleaning products before starting the process, sweeping the floor with directed strokes, and using a cleaning solu... More »

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Cleaning a flooded basement requires removing all remaining water slowly to prevent the foundation from cracking. Necessary supplies include latex gloves, a dust mask, a water pump or generator, a shovel or vacuum and po... More »

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Tips for basement clean-up include removing furniture and other items from the basement first, collecting cleaning products before starting the process, sweeping the floor with directed strokes, and using a cleaning solu... More »

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White mold is usually found on basement floors because the right environmental factors for its growth, including moisture, nutrients and mold spores, are present. After cleaning up the mold, controlling excess moisture i... More »

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Mold in a basement has the potential to become a serious problem and devalue the property. Most insurance policies exclude mold coverage, unless the problem results from other covered damages. Removal of more than 10 squ... More »

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To eliminate mold in your basement, remove moisture from the air with a dehumidifier. Kill mold by mixing a solution of borax and warm water, and wash the entire basement. Treat concentrated areas with a vinegar and wate... More »

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