Hi Sheila I would first try a specific mold removing scrub. I like vinegar and water for this. If that doesn't work, and the mold has actually stained the floors, you may need to sand it off.
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You need to find the source of the mold to prevent future molds.
Surface mold can be treated with a mixture of vinegar and water in a spray bottle (50/50). Spray the floor and wipe with paper towels.
Here's a pretty complete reference link on what you can do about the mold on the wood floors. One thing I would suggest is to wear a face mask to prevent breathing in the spores.
Dilute white cleaning vinegar to kill the mold. Then you can try a product like Rejuvenate to bring them back to life.
Hello. Here’s a few links that might be helpful. Hope you find the perfect solution
There is a product you can get at Costco or Sams. I think Home Depot sells it too. It is called Odorban. It gets rid of mold. Be careful with wood floors you do not want to get them too wet. Rinse and then dry.
Hi Sheila. Start by protecting your home and yourself. Turn off your heat or air conditioning. Wear a mask and gloves. Then you can begin by washing the floor with a solution of one tablespoon liquid dish soap and a quart of water. Use a soft bristled brush to scrub. Wipe up any water that puddles right away. Don't let any water sit on the floor. Bag and discard any rags used and the brush. Next make a solution of one cup of vinegar in a gallon of water. Wash the floors with this solution right after removing the mold. This will kill any mold spores left behind. And, again, remove and discard any rags used. the mask, and the gloves. Good luck Sheila. I wish you well.
Hi Sheila, hope this helps you remove the mold from your wood floors.
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You need to find out where and why the mold is happening to your wood floors. Do you have a leak?
Hi Sheila, hope this helps you out,
Hi Sheila: A simple cleaning solution of dishwashing soap and warm water. Add a teaspoon of soap to a spray bottle filled with water and shake it up. Spray the affected area and use a soft-bristled brush to gently scrub away the mold, sponging up any excess liquid as you clean.
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For black mold on wood, a natural solution for getting rid of black mold, combine one part baking soda with five parts distilled white vinegar and five parts water in a spray bottle.
Alternatively, you can use a chemical-based mold and mildew remover, all-purpose cleaners, bleach or dish soap.
I use this product to remove mold, but not sure if it is ok to use on hardwood flooring: https://amzn.to/33Dp9r8
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