It's on the ceiling, do I just spray it on a then wipe it off after a while
Vinegar is my go to for surface mold. Vinegar kills the mold spores.
Hi Joan - There are several ways to get rid of mold in your bathroom, but most importantly, you need to address the root cause to keep it from returning. This is a great article that covers methods of how to remove mold, if bleach is safe to use, and how to prevent it from coming back. Hope this helps! Hugs, Holly
Wet and forget is good. Shower for indoor, outdoor for exterior. It’s slow working so diluted vinegar is good for quicker results. Soak paper towels or old rags then let sit to help remove.
Where is this occuring? Are you utilizing exhaust fans in kitchen and bath? Are fans run in bath for a minimum of 20 minutes after showers? Are walls, ceilings, shower liners wiped dry? You may need a more powerful fan, or to leave doors slightly ajar, particularly if the bottom is very close to floor/carpeting.
Your home may need a dehumidifier run at 40% setting, on a constant basis until 40% is attained, then as needed.
If you have many plants in your home, thet could contribute to higher humidity levels.
Beyond this, you may need to have your walls checked for excessive moisture (leaking pipe inside walls/floors) or outside water problems (downspouts ejecting water too close to your house, neighbors' property spilling water onto yours, need to install French Drain or sump pump, gutters needing cleaned, leaking roof/window flashing, etc.).