Mold on wood is unsightly and, like a surly teenager, leaves a bad impression. It’s best to clean it up as quickly as possible to prevent its spread throughout the home and minimize any health issues. In nearly all cases, the wood will not have to be replaced if you follow proper procedures. It is especially helpful if the wood has been painted, since paint acts as a barrier against deeper penetration of the mold.
Each case is different, but the main steps remain the same in most situations. The identical process applies whether the mold is on wood walls, furniture, beams or any other wood surface:
You can replace the wood if you find it helpful and don’t mind the extra time and expense. In most cases, however, this extra step is not needed.
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