DISCOVERED: How to get stubborn black mold off the roof in MINUTES – and you only need two products for shiny results
- Woman reveals how she banned stubborn mold from her outdoor patio roof
- She mixed vinegar and dish soap with warm water and a broomstick
- The Perth woman shared "before" and "after" pictures which showed brilliant results
One woman has revealed how she used a combination of two supermarket products to banish stubborn black mold from her patio roof in just minutes.
The Perth woman said she mixed vinegar and dish soap with warm water before using a broomstick to get rid of the fungus on the surface.
"Nobody else cares how satisfying this is, so I thought you all would appreciate scrubbing my patio roof today because the mold got me," she wrote on a Facebook group.
"I used vinegar and dish soap in warm water and then scrubbed it with a broom."
She shared a "before" and "after" transformation picture with the sparkling results and said, "It looks so much better afterwards."
One woman revealed how she got stubborn mold off her patio roof in minutes with a combination of two basic products – vinegar and dishwashing detergent
The woman replied to the thread saying she was aware that a pressure washer could do the same for her – but she doesn't own one.
"Yes, I am aware that a pressure washer does the same thing and would be my first choice if I had one, but no, I don't have one," she said.
Her post was replied to with hundreds of comments, with dozens of people saying they now felt inspired to remove mold from areas in their homes.
"I've been postponing mine for the past three months … this could come up over the weekend," said one woman.
Many described their transformation as "great" and "brilliant" while others said it was "therapeutic" to remove the stubborn stains from their homes.
A woman who shared them before and after the pictures (picture) said she used sugar soap towels to clean the stubborn stains first before using a combination of water and detergent
Others shared their own cleansing tricks and results, many described them as "therapeutic".
Others shared their own cleaning tricks and results, with one woman suggesting using Glitz exterior cleaner, which sells at Bunnings for $ 9.49 for a two-liter bottle.
"Spraying and hosing down, much easier," she said.
"My whole house has a wavy back porch and looks like new after 21 years of construction."
Another woman said she first used sugar soap towels to remove the stubborn stains before using a combination of water and detergent.
& # 39; Mine was covered in grease and grime from the previous owner who had a grill under cover. I used sugar soap cloths in worse places first, then brushed with hot water and detergent … Done with a high pressure hose, ”she explained.
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