Can you use Borax to kill mold?


Borax is an effective mold-killing agent. To use it to kill mold, first you must determine where and how it will be used. Borax mixes well with water or vinegar, and can be used accordingly. For large patches of mold or heavy duty use, apply a 1:1 paste of borax and vinegar. For light duty use, generally a 4:1 solution of water and borax is sufficient.
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How to Use Borax to Kill Mold
Borax is a common cleaning chemical used by individuals and industrial companies alike. It does not emit any toxic chemicals when you use it, so you do not need to wear any sort of respiratory mask while using Borax. Although it is most often used for... More »
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