Ways To Cleaning Mildew From Your Bathroom Ceiling
If the mildew on your bathroom ceiling covers ten square feet or less, it is considered a small area and you can take care of cleaning it on your own by following the correct procedures. Here are several ways to cleaning mildew from your bathroom ceiling. Put on rubber gloves to protect your hands. Open the windows to allow air flow into the bathroom. Prepare of solution of 1/4 cup trisodium phosphate and 1 gallon warm water, in a plastic bucket. Mix the solution well. Scrub the affected portion of the ceiling with the trisodium phosphate solution using a nylon brush. Wash all mildew spores off the ceiling. Dampen a clean rag with warm water. Wipe the ceiling with the damp rag to rinse away the trisodium phosphate solution.
Mix a disinfecting solution of 1 cup chlorine bleach and 1 gallon cool water in a second bucket. Moisten a second clean rag in the bleach solution. Wipe the moistened rag over the ceiling to kill any remaining mildew spores and disinfect the ceiling. Keep the bleach solution on the ceiling for an hour. Dampen a third clean rag with warm water. Wipe the rag over the ceiling to rinse away the bleach solution.