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Mold is a silent, unwelcome guest that could ruin your home and your family's health. To know where to find it and how to get rid of it, continue reading.

Where to Find Mold in Your Home

Window Sills

Moisture can gather on your windows, which should be the first sign that mold will probably appear near them. To make sure it doesn't, you will need to clean your window sills. Wipe them down with regularity to eliminate the nasty fungus.

On Walls and Wallpaper

If your plumbing system passes behind your walls, there's a chance that mold will develop on them. If you have wallpaper over your walls, mold can grow behind it. The moldy smell may be a dead give-away of its presence.

On Carpeted Floors

Carpets trap moisture which, as you already know, mold absolutely loves. That's why, you should do what's in your power to keep your carpets as dry as possible. For instance, if a liquid spills on it, allow it to dry completely to avoid mold development.

The Basement and Attic

Both the basement and attic are areas prone to mold development, as they usually have poor ventilation. To make sure this doesn't happen in your home, clean the area, fix leaks, and try to ventilate the rooms as much as possible.

Shower Curtains

The bathroom is already a place that you should look out for if you want to avoid fungus growing in your home. Still, a spot you may forget to look into are the shower curtains. Allow them to dry properly and replace them every so often to keep mold at bay.

Fridge Drip Pans

Lastly, you should look out for mold in your fridge. Not only can the food develop mold, but the fridge drip pans are a hidden spot where mold could be found. Make sure to inspect it with regularity and to clean it out to keep your home safe.

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