Cleaning aficionados share a 39p hack for permanently removing black mould from walls.

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Cleaning enthusiasts share a 39p hack for permanently removing black mould from walls.

Cleaning enthusiasts have shared a simple 39p hack for permanently removing black mould.

They shared the helpful tip in a Facebook group started by cleaning guru Mrs Hinch.

Mold can be a real pain to get rid of in your home, as it can appear anywhere there’s a lot of moisture.

Fortunately for us, some cleaning enthusiasts have shared a simple 39p hack that permanently removes black mould.

Cleaning fans shared the helpful tip in a Facebook group started by cleaning influencer Mrs Hinch.

They not only share news about Mrs. Hinch, but they also share their own cleaning tips and hacks in the group.

One fan started the conversation by asking for advice on how to remove mould from a wall near her window.

“Can anyone please tell me how to get rid of [mould]for longer than two days?” she asked.

“We tried the mold spray that you can buy, but it just keeps coming back,” says the narrator.

“We tried what Environmental Health suggested and left the window open with the heat on for an hour, but we can’t keep doing that because we can’t afford to leave the heat on for nothing.”

Several other members responded to the post with suggestions for how they could assist her.

One of the most popular suggestions was to soak it in bleach, which can be purchased for as little as 39p per bottle and can be used straight or mixed with water.

“Clean with pure bleach, wait until it’s dry, and maybe use a damp seal paint, that’s what I’ve had to do to ours,” one person wrote.

“I used raw bleach on mine a few months ago and it hasn’t come back,” one participant agreed.

“My son had a lot of mold problems in his dorms when he was a student,” a third added.

“They would wash away the mould with warm water and bleach once a month.”

“Bleach and soak,” a fourth said simply.

Some people also recommended painting over the problem area after using the bleach to help keep the mold at bay.

“When I had a lot of mold, I was told to wipe it off with bleach and then cover it with gloss,” one person wrote.

“To be honest, it took a long time before it came back.

“I hope you get it figured out soon.”

“I moved into a house covered in mold like this,” another said.

We put on our safety gear and went outside.

The news is summarized on Brinkwire.

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