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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Kill black mold with vinegar by applying the vinegar directly to the mold. Also, mix vinegar with other cleaning products to remove the mold, if necessary. More »

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Minor instances of mold can be easily killed and cleaned with typical household cleaning products, such as as bleach or another non-ammonia based solution. However, larger infestations can cause numerous health issues an... More »

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

Clean mold and mildew by using a bleach and water solution, a commercial mold and mildew cleaner or dish washing liquid. Rinse the area thoroughly with clean water and allow it to dry. Ventilation is necessary during the... 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 »