Eliminating damp in wardrobes

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Wardrobes – suggestions for eliminating damp and mildew in wardrobes.

Wardrobes are generally very small spaces with little ventilation. The back wall of the wardrobe is also often the wall of the bathroom or with the exterior of the house. If the wall is shared with the bathroom very frequently humidity generated in the bathroom condenses on the walls and this can filter through to the wardrobe creating excess humidity in the interior of the wardrobe. If the wall is shared with the exterior of the dwelling, the difference in interior and exterior temperatures may lead to condensation and the formation of mildew and stains in the wardrobe. All of these factors can cause the interior of your wardrobes and all of its contents to deteriorate.

Frequent checking of the state of your wardrobe and frequent ventilation are both very good ideas. If you find that mildew or stains are forming from the humidity, the wardrobe should be thoroughly cleaned with a wet cloth with a small amount of bleach. Always start on the top and work down; this will keep the part that has been cleaned from getting dirty again. If you can, use two buckets, one for cleaning and the other for rinsing, this will stop the mildew spores from taking root again. The best product for your closet would be a small- to medium-sized dehumidifier. This will allow you to have a wardrobe that is free of damp and everything you store in it will be in top condition when you want to wear it. If the dehumidifier is also scented, you can enjoy a pleasant aroma every time you open the wardrobe.


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