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5 Surprising Places Mold Can Hide in Your Home
Significant exposure to indoor mold can cause you and your family a variety of health problems including allergic reactions, asthma, and other respiratory issues. While it may not be practical to completely eliminate all mold and mold spores from your home, you can reduce the risk that indoor mold will lead to health concerns by controlling moisture and being aware of the places mold likes to hide.
In that spirit, we’ve compiled a list of 5 surprising places you might fight mold growing in your home.
Potted Household Plants
Overwatering your household plants creates the type of excessive moisture where mold can grow and thrive. It can also kill your plants more quickly. So do yourself, and your plants, a favor and ease off the watering can.
Inside Your Toothbrush Holder
The ceramic and glass containers that hold your family’s toothbrushes offer the perfect breeding ground for mold. The mold feeds on the daily drip of water that falls from your toothbrush each time you use it. To prevent this from happening, rinse and dry the inside of your toothbrush holder often. Do the same for the dish that holds your soap.
Filing Cabinets & Storage Boxes
If you live in a humid climate where your paper files have a higher risk of becoming damp, you may be surprised to find mold growing on your paperwork. That happens because mold spores love to feed on the wood pulp used to make paper. The bad news is, once mold gets a hold of your files, it’s extremely difficult (if not impossible) to prevent permanent damage to your documents. Be proactive and set up a dehumidifier in the areas where you store important documents.
Your Child’s Toys
Yes, it’s a horrifying thought, but mold doesn’t give your child’s toys a pass. Thanks to slobbery mouths and dirty little hands, kids toys are ideal for bacteria and mold growth. Load toys in the dishwasher or washing machine regularly to kill germs and keep mold at bay.
Near Appliance Seals & Drip Pans
The seals, coils, and drip pans used with your home’s refrigerator and washing machines collect moisture and invite mold to grow. Be sure your cleaning routine includes these hidden gems to keep mold from sprouting in the nooks and crannies of your home.
Keep in mind, this list is far from comprehensive. Molds can be found just about anywhere in your home, including wood, paper, carpet, sheetrock, and food. And, since most basic home insurance policies exclude coverage for mold, your best defense is to keep your indoor humidity between 30% and 60%, the range in which mold growth is discouraged.
As always, if you have questions about your insurance coverage related to mold damage, talk to insurance broker today.
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