Hello all, I need some mould advice. I have a north facing kitchen with a
twenty + year old chipboard units in it. The walls are solid brick, and the
floor is tiled but probably without a DPC. The problem is mould - it just
grows in all the lower units. I guess a lot of the problem is condensation,
as the mould is worst in areas of greater exterior wall area. The outside
render is new, and as far as I can tell, the inner walls are in quite good
condition with no obvious signs of rising damp - but I could be wrong.
Question is, do you clever folk have any good ideas to limit / inhibit /
kill the mould? By now the spores will be in all the wood, so I guess it's
difficult. I do intend to gut the whole room in two years time, but for now
a stop gap would be helpful.
All ideas and chemical suggestions gratefully received!