To prevent mold growth in your home Keep the humidity levels in your home as low as possible, no more than 50%, throughout the day. Make sure the air in your home flows freely. Correct any leaks in the roof, walls, or pipes in your home so mold doesn't have moisture to grow. Lowering moisture levels could significantly reduce the potential for mold growth.
Removing excess moisture from your property would prevent mold from reappearing. Keep your environment as dry as possible by isolating surfaces that are prone to condensation, cleaning any residual liquid, and properly repairing leaks. Make sure to dry the fabric properly before storing or using it. A key step in preventing mold from returning after remediation is to remove the source (moisture).
Then follow the relevant rules to remove the mold correctly. This can be done by acquiring the above standards or by hiring a qualified IICRC professional. To stop condensation in your home, you must remove excess moisture. You can do this by keeping windows dry, using vents and fans in the bathroom and around the oven, and running a dehumidifier.
Make sure all the thermostats in your home are set to the same temperature. Once the paint or wallpaper has been discarded, use a mold remover spray and a firm sponge to remove mold. To remove mold from walls and ceilings, you'll usually need a paint scraper to remove the paint barrier and access the mold to remove it.