black mould


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black mould

n
(Plants) another name for bread mould
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Photos show white mould covering her baby's car seat, spots of black mould above the windows and corners of the walls and ceilings thick with mould.
She said: "The black mould in the bedroom is so bad we have to sleep in the living room.
He shared a photo of the green and black mould, which he said "smelled like a dead rat".
We continually get black mould on the outside walls.
But fabrics are different and prone to absorb moisture which results in black mould spots.
The plasterboard on the interior of the outside wall of my porch is coated with emulsion but gets affected by a black mould just above the skirting.
In addition to preventing the growth of germs such as E-Coli, MRSA and Salmonella, the Forever White range boasts a 10-year guarantee against black mould, of particular importance in bathroom and kitchen areas where damp and humid conditions can lead to discolouration and deterioration of sealant and adhesive products.
If that wasn''t worrying enough, there was also the sewage seeping into the ground floor, the black mould that was making the kids ill - and the rat infestation.
The fact that the roof is leaking and black mould is growing on the walls does not help matters.
The roof is leaking and black mould is growing on the walls plus, thanks to subsidence, there's a serious case of roof spread, which is slowly taking the supporting walls with it.
One box was partially crushed, and broccoli arrived yellowed and with black mould growth.
Like the fact the black mould on the bedroom ceiling has come back," she blurted.