Sunday, 10 July 2011

Goodbye Molds!

My BFF has a beautiful weekend home in Tagaytay. She has been battling the invasion of molds and mildew in her home because of the damp weather. She got dehumidifiers, silica gel  etc but they didn't seem to work . A friendly neighbor suggested  to her to put CHARCOAL, and surprise , surprise, the invaders all disappeared.

It seems that the CHARCOAL has the capacity to absorb moisture in the air.

Thank you, Tessa, for sharing this wonderful tip!


Anonymous said...

Hi Becky

My daughter works in a TV production outfit. All her associates smoke. They usually work together for at least 12 hours in this 8X8 aircon room. Is there a way I can shield my daughter from these murderous second hand smoke

I gave her this small home air purifier which i doubt can protect her

Regards & Thanks

Becky said...

Oh my! I know that charcoal or baking soda or vinegar can help eliminate odors. Perhaps you should just find ways of improving her immune system. Taking lots of alkaline water, eating veggies and fruits, no late nights might help .