Owning a home is tough.
Whether it’s big or small, there always seems to be little dark corners and nooks and crannies where all kinds of gross stuff likes to gather.
It’s disheartening to move aside a piece of furniture and see all the cleaning you have to do, but it’s always better to get more gunk out of your life.
And sometimes, your health can really depend on it, especially if we’re talking about mold.
Mold looks humble. It’s the fuzzy stuff that grows across your bread when it’s been left out too long, and it might not seem like a lot, but it can actually have very powerful effects on your health.
On the one hand, penicillin, a medicine that’s saved countless lives, is made out of that very mold growing on your sliced bread. On the other, one type of mold can lead to hallucinations and, as one theory states, even led to the hysteria that left 20 people dead in Salem in 1692.
But there’s another kind of mold that might be lurking in your home right now, causing symptoms not only in your house, but also in your body.
It’s called black mold, and it is one of the worst molds you can get. It grows in damp areas, usually in areas of condensation or water damage, and it’s toxic. If you think your home may have black mold, you need to get it checked out immediately.
But how can you tell? Read on to find out, and see what you can do to stop it.
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