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Everything You Need To Know About Removing Mold From Drywall

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Mold is a fungus that serves many purposes. If water damage has caused mold to grow on your drywall, be aware that it has destructive properties and can be harmful to your health. The structure of the home and the home’s inhabitants will be at risk as the mold settles and becomes airborne. Unfortunately, mold can grow on almost any surface, given the right environment. It likes to grow anywhere that is dark and damp.…

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Keeping Mold From Growing In Your Vinyl Gutter System

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If you have vinyl gutters on the exterior of your home, you should take basic maintenance steps to ensure that they do not become covered with mold. Once mold sets in, it can cause damage to the gutter system, causing it to deteriorate prematurely. Since vinyl is a material prone to mold growth, your gutters will need to be evaluated and cleansed regularly to keep it away. Here are some steps you can take to keep this harmful substance away from your vinyl gutter system.…

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New Wood Hobbyist's Guide: How To Restore An Old Painted Bookcase

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Looking for old bookcases to fix up and reuse is an effective way to get quality furnishings for a good price. Sometimes the old bookcases have been stored away for years and need a lot of work to get looking good again, but with some effort and know-how, you can do it. Here is how you can restore an old bookcase that has been covered in paint and stored away for years.…

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