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Old 11-03-2009, 08:01 AM  
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I've been living in my room for a year, and recently I've been having problems with mold on my walls. It's in two corners of my room, where sunlight doesn't reach. How do I kill it? How would a high-powered bulb work on it? I've been thinking that it might dry it out. Also, are there any other ways that don't require hiring a specialist that will cost me my month's expenses? How about chemical methods?

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Old 11-06-2009, 05:41 AM  
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Mold can be dangerous to your health, even if you arenít allergic. Many people react to mold by getting tired and even depressed. Try to stay on top of moisture and mold as soon as either arises.
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